Wolfmother to perform at LA Natural History Museum Friday (May 1)

Andrew Stockdale will unveil new band lineup

Wolfmother to perform at LA Natural History Museum Friday (May 1)
Wolfmother are set to perform at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles on Friday (May 1).

Andrew Stockdale and the band's new line-up are expected to preview songs from their forthcoming album, 'Cosmic Egg', which Stockdale told NME.COM is likely to come out this autumn, as previously reported.

This is one of Wolfmother's first US shows since Stockdale put together the new band lineup after parting ways with original members last year.

Wolfmother are performing as part of the LA Natural History Museum's First Fridays series, which sees bands perform for museum-goers on a first-come, first-served basis.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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