Fratellis man to launch side-project with low-key gigs

Jon Lawler's Codeine Velvet Club also announce details of their debut single

Fratellis man to launch side-project with low-key gigs
The Fratellis' singer Jon Lawler has announced a low-key London show for his side project Codeine Velvet Club, as well as the project's debut single release.

Lawler has teamed up with singer-songwriter Lou Hickey for the project, and the duo play their debut London show tomorrow (September 17) at the capital's Bush Hall venue.

Codeine Velvet Club's first single, 'Vanity Kills', is set to be released on November 9, with the band's self-titled album to follow on November 16.

As well as the Bush Hall gig – for which tickets are on sale now – Codeine Velvet Club are also set to appear at Ullapool's Loopallu Festival on September 19.

To check the availability of Codeine Velvet Club tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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