Wolf Alice to headline Club NME NYE Ball 2013

Band will headline KOKO in Camden, London on December 31

Wolf Alice to headline Club NME NYE Ball 2013

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Wolf Alice have been announced as headliners of the Club NME NYE Ball 2013 at Koko in London.

The London band will be headlining at KOKO in Camden on December 31 ending a triumphant year that has seen them release their debut single 'Fluffy' as well as the 'Blush' EP and tour the UK with Swim Deep.

Speaking to NME about their final gig of the year, Wolf alice singer Ellie Rowsell says: "All the boys will be wearing their best party dresses. There will be lots of champagne and we'll do a good Wolf Alice cover of 'Auld Lang Syne', hopefully. I'm sure there'll be a few tears. And maybe some vomit."

Wolf Alice will play:

Club NME NYE Ball, KOKO, London (December 31).

Tickets are on sale now. To check the availability of Club NME NYE Ball 2013 tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets

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