September 16, 2010 14:43

Pure Reason Revolution to headline London's Club NME KOKO on Friday (Sept 17)

1973 also set to play Camden club night

Pure Reason Revolution to headline London's Club NME KOKO on Friday (Sept 17)

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Pure Reason Revolution and 1973 are set to play live at Club NME KOKO in London on Friday (September 17).

They will be followed next week (September 24) by Little Comets and Flash Fiktion. Meanwhile, Mona are lined up to perform at the Camden club night on October 1.

Looking ahead to this week's night, Pure Reason Revolution told NME: "Last time we were at KOKO was to see Justice and their sound was colossal! So we're gonna attempt to trump them with songs from the new album 'Hammer And Anvil'."

For more on Club NME head to NME.COM/clubnme plus check out a photo gallery featuring bands including Joe And Will Ask? and Young Fathers at Club NME at KOKO.

For information and the latest ticket news head to KOKO.uk.com.
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