Deap Vally and more to join The Cribs at NME Awards Show

…And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead and Drenge complete the line-up

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The full line-up for The Cribs' NME Awards Show at London O2 Academy Brixton has been revealed.

The supports are US rockers …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead, LA's hard-riffing duo Deap Vally (pictured) and the bluesy Drenge.

The 2013 NME Awards Shows will also feature headline gigs from Everything Everything, Hurts, Tribes, Metz, Dinosaur Jr, Gabriel Bruce, Toy, Kodaline, Doldrums, Savages, Tim Burgess, Fiction, Fidlar and Jagwar Ma.

The Cribs will release a compilation album, 'Payola', in February. 'Payola' will mark 10 years as a band for the Wakefield trio but is not a straightforward hits album. Some of the band's biggest songs are left out in favour of fan favourites and album tracks.

Tickets for The Cribs and all of the NME Awards shows are available to buy now by clicking here

The full list of London gigs is as follows:

Metz, Birthdays (February 1, 2013)
Dinosaur Jr, Electric Ballroom (4)
Gabriel Bruce, Hoxton Bar & Kitchen (5)
Tribes, Secret venue in EC1 (6)
Hurts, Heaven (7)
Toy, Scala (12)
Everything Everything, Heaven (13)
Kodaline, Dingwalls (14)
Doldrums, Corsica Studios (20)
Savages, Electric Ballroom (21)
Tim Burgess, Birthdays (21)
The Cribs, O2 Academy Brixton (22)
Fiction, Electrowerkz (25)
Fidlar, The Garage (25)
Jagwar Ma, Birthdays (26)



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