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The Drums are set to play a free intimate London show next month.

The band, who kick off their UK tour tomorrow (November 24) at the capital's HMV Forum, will return to the city to play an Island Life gig at at the Queen Of Hoxton venue on December 13.

Entry will be limited to the first 200 arrivals on the night, first-come, first-served. Doors are set to open at 6:30pm (GMT) and the band are on at 10pm.

The Drums are set to start work on their second album when they finish their UK tour.

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