March 23, 2011 10:43

Good Natured to play Club NME in London this Friday (Mar 25)

Black Diamond Bay are also on the bill for KOKO event

Good Natured to play Club NME in London this Friday (Mar 25)
The Good Natured and Black Diamond Bay are set to play at Club NME KOKO in London on Friday (March 25).

Prior to the show, The Good Natured recalled the first time they performed at the Camden clubnight.

"The last Club NME show we played has been one of our favourite gigs so far," they said. "The crowd were brilliant. I think its fair to say there was lots of dancing involved!

"It was also the first time I saw people singing my own words back, it felt amazing! We'll be playing both our latest singles, 'Your Body Is A Machine' and 'Be My Animal', as well as some new songs too."

Next Friday (April 1) Spark and Ollie Wride will be playing at the London clubnight, while Adam Kesher will be headlining the following Friday (8).

The Sounds have also announced they will be playing at Club NME on May 13, in conjunction with the forthcoming release of their new album. This will be their first UK show in two years.

For more on Club NME head to NME.COM/clubnme, plus check out a photo gallery from last week's Club NME featuring Bleech and Spycatcher at NME.COM/photos.

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