November 20, 2012 14:27
LULS confirmed to support Peace at Club NME's New Year's Ball
London band will play KOKO show on December 31
LULS have been confirmed to support headliners Peace at this year's Club NME New Year's Ball.
The bash, which takes place at KOKO, London on December 31, will be headlined by Birmingham band Peace with London band LULS playing before them.
Fresh from supporting Spector on their most recent UK tour, LULS met playing music for mutual friends and mix together diverse musical backgrounds and generation-spanning influences including the Everly Brothers John Barry and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Their debut 7" single 'Swing Low/Young', was released October 22nd on Transgressive imprint paradYse (also home to releases by Theme Park, Cold Specks and Marika Hackman)
DJ's Ed Wilder and Alana B Devotion will provide the tunes between bands.
LULS will play:
London, Club NME KOKO (December 31)
Tickets for Club NME'S New Year's Eve Ball are on sale now. Tickets can be purchased by calling 0844 847 2258 or via the this website.
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