Splashh to headline Club NME Halloween Ball 2013

Australian band will perform live at KOKO in Camden on November 1

Splashh to headline Club NME Halloween Ball 2013

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Splashh have been announced as headliners of the Club NME Halloween Ball 2013.

The Australian band will be headlining at KOKO in Camden on Friday, November 1, along with resident DJs Alana B Devotion and Ed Wilder. Anyone attending in full Halloween costume will get in for free before 11.30pm. Links to buy tickets can be found at the bottom of the page.

Splashh released their debut album 'Comfort' earlier this year through Luv Luv Luv (Spector, Gabriel Bruce). Giving the album a positive review in NME Rhian Daly wrote at the time, "Splashh’s debut album, though masked in the tropical hazes of those acts, possesses a heartbroken despondency," adding that the album is, "rich in bittersweet nostalgia."

Splashh will play:

Club NME Halloween Ball, KOKO, London (November 1).

Tickets are on sale now. To check the availability of Splashh tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets
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