The Whip to preview new album at Club NME Easter Ball

Killaflaw join them at London's KOKO

The Whip to preview new album at Club NME Easter Ball
The Whip are set to preview new material from their second album live at The Club NME Easter Ball at KOKO in London on Friday (April 2).

The band will be joined on the bill by Killaflaw, with DJ sets from Ou Est Le Swimming Pool and Jeff Automatic.

Bruce Carter from The Whip told NME.COM: " We're going to do some new songs as we’ve been working hard on the second album, we want to roadtest them. We’re going to give it some serious welly!

"We've done Club NME a couple of times before in London and it’s always been brilliant, everyone just goes bonkers! KOKO is definitely the best venue in Camden, it’s been beautifully restored."

Ed Wilder and Brainlove Records will also DJ at the Easter bash.

Meanwhile, Infadels are making their live return with a new album produced by Alex Metric at Club NME KOKO on April 23.

For more on Club NME head to NME.COM/clubnme plus check out a photo gallery featuring bands including Animal Kingdom, and fans at Club NME at KOKO.

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