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The Big Pink play biggest headline show yet

Robbie and Milo headline London Electric Ballroom

Pic: Andy Willsher
The Big Pink played their biggest headlining show to date last night (October 22), at the Electric Ballroom in north London.

Milo Cordell and Robbie Furze played tracks from debut album 'A Brief History of Love' before a packed crowd.

Pulsing beats and guitar feedback introduced opener 'Too Young To Love', while the band spoke little as they worked their way through the set, bathed in strobe lighting.

The Big Pink ended the set with recent single 'Dominos', to the delight of the audience.

"Me and Milo had a bit of a moment in the car just after soundcheck," Furze told NME.COM after the show. "A year ago we were driving around in that thing and we'd done nothing, and there we were about to play a sold-out show. We're so lucky!"

The Big Pink played:

'Too Young To Love'
'Frisk'
'Velvet'
'At War With The Sun'
'Crystal Visions'
'Count Backwards'
'Tonight'
'These Arms'
'Dominos'

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