Bright Light Bright Light headlined Club NME at London’s KOKO on Friday (December 3). Click through this gallery for some more shots from the night.
Ahead of the show, the band’s vocalist Rod Thomas told NME that he was excited to be playing the night. “I’ve been reading NME since I can remember buying music, so we’re planning to do a show that reflects how amazing I feel to be part of NME, if only for one night,” he shared.
If you’re thinking about coming to a Club NME, head over to KOKO’s website for all the latest gig listings.
Frontman Rod Thomas told NME ahead of this show, “We’ve got extra musicians and vocalists and a lighting designer for the night, and as it’s our second to last gig of 2010 we want to have fun and make it a good end to the year!”
A punter enjoys a drink as she watches headline act Bright Light Bright Light. Stop by the next Club NME at KOKO for your chance to see your face here.
Head over to NME.COM/clubnme for all the latest Club NME news and listings.
If you missed Bright Light Bright Light’s show and wanted to check him out live, stop by the Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club on December 17th for his DJ set.
There’s loads of exciting Club NME shows lined up. Stop by this Friday (December 10) for a special Xmas Party, with live music from Dinosaur Pile-Up and Kassidy. Arrive early in full fancy dress and you can get in for free.
A few other exciting Club NME shows lined up include Young Rebel Set (December 17) and the New Year’s Eve Ball featuring British Sea Power. What better way to celebrate 2011?
Check back on NME.com next week for pictures from this Friday’s Club NME – we want to see you there in your finest Santa attire.