Hesta Prynn opened the show on Friday (February 11) at KOKO for the weekly Club NME night. Art Vs Science were the headline act for the night.
To see more acts like Hesta Prynn and Art vs Science, stop by NME.COM/clubnme for all the latest Club NME news and gig listings.
Hesta Prynn also played a free show the night before at London’s The Old Blue Last venue.
A few punters pose for the camera as they wait for Art vs Science to arrive on stage.
Another shot of supporting act Hesta Prynn and Club NME on Friday. Visit KOKO’s website for all the latest Club NME show listings.
These guys look like they’re having a good night. Want to join in the fun? Stop by the next Club NME at KOKO. This Friday (February 18), Neon Trees and Transfer will be splitting the bill.
Art vs Science headlined KOKO’s Club NME on Friday. Ahead of the night, Jim Finn (keys/vox) told NME that the band were really excited to play another Club NME show.
If you want to see your picture on NME.com, then visit KOKO’s website for all the latest show listings and stop by the next one.
“We played [Club NME] in May last year and it was amazing,” Art vs Science’s Jim Finn told NME before the show. “Now that we’ve finally finished our debut album [The Experiment], we’re bringing a swag of new songs over to the UK to blast the eardrums of some unsuspecting Londoners.”
This Friday (February 18) Neon Trees, and Transfer will be co-headlining the London club night, while Not Squares, Lucy Swann and Team Me will be playing a special “Oya Festival & Field Day vs. Club NME” night the following Friday (25).