This past Friday (March 18), Bleech and Spycatcher played Club NME at KOKO in London. Take a look through this gallery for some shots of the night.
London-based alt-rock trio Bleech were the headline act at the Camden venue.
“We’re excited about returing to the infamous KOKO after our five month residency last year,” Bleech told NME ahead of the show. “We will be playing tracks from the debut album, ‘Nude’, which will be released later in the year.”
A groupd of punters smile for the camera. Visit KOKO’s website for all the latest Club NME listings, and you could find your picture in a future gallery.
Looks like Bleech were inspired by their KOKO gig. The band wrote on their Facebook: “So after Koko we decided to record some acoustic versions of some songs off the debut album in the sun! Here is the first called ‘Holiday’ Hope you enjoy!!” Click here to check it out.
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Watford’s five-piece Spy Catcher kicked off the night at KOKO.
If you’re free this Friday (25), you can catch The Good Natured and Black Diamond Bay at Club NME at KOKO.
The following Friday (April1), Spark and Ollie Wride will be performing at the Camden venue.
For all the latest Club NME details, head over to NME.COM/clubnme. See you there!