Tribes play intimate special gig in Manchester H&M

250 music fans go shopping after hours as part of NME Showcases with H&M Loves Music

Tribes play intimate special gig in Manchester H&M

Photo: Tom Martin/NME

Tribes last night played a unique one-off show inside the Manchester branch of clothes store H&M, to an invited crowd of 250 fans, as part of NME Showcases brought to you by H&M Loves Music.

Coming on stage shortly after 9pm, the band played a full set that mixed tracks from their 2012 debut 'Baby', including 'Sappho' and 'We Were Children', as well as showcasing tracks from their forthcoming new album 'Wish To Scream', including 'How The Other Half Live'.

Admitting that "playing a gig in a shop's a bit weird," singer Johnny Lloyd soon changed his tune, deciding, "actually, this is pretty fun," before launching into 'Dancehall.'

The NME Showcases brought to you by H&M Loves Music continues with two more special intimate in-store performances by Carl Barât in Glasgow on May 8 and Sky Ferreira in London's Oxford Street on June 25.

Tribes played:

'When My Day Comes'
'Sappho'
'Whenever'
'Graceland'
'Corner Of An English Field'
'Dancehall'
'Get Some Healing'
'Halfway Home'
'Wrapped Up'
'Sons & Daughters'
'Bad Apple'
'Alone With Friends'
'Night Driving'
'We Were Children'
'How The Other Half Live'
'Coming Of Age'


Tickets for all of the NME Showcases are free. For your chance to win tickets, visit NME.com/showcases now.

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