Neon Trees and Transfer co-headlined Club NME on Friday (February 18) at Camden’s KOKO venue.
It was a full house at Camden’s KOKO venue on Friday as Neon Trees and Transfer shared the stage for Club NME. Head to NME.COM/clubnme for all the latest Club NME news and listings.
Neon Trees are currently finishing off their current UK tour then will be heading back to the States, where they will finish off at Bonnaroo Music Festival in June.
NME‘s photographers caught punters in action as they enjoyed a live set from Utah’s Neon Trees.
Ahead of the show, Transfer told NME that they are excited to play the weekly club night for the first time. “We’ll be playing songs from our upcoming record ‘Future Selves’,” they said.
Head over to KOKO’s website for all the latest show listings and stop by the next Club NME show.
“A gentleman from Glasgow told us that our music ‘takes him on a journey… a fookin’ jourrrney!,’ Transfer told NME ahead of the show. “So that’s what the plan is – taking everyone on a ‘fookin’ jourrrney’. Hopefully a journey where you find yourself naked on the back of a centaur, riding straight into the heart of Narnia.”
Click here to see a listing of Transfer’s upcoming tour dates.
This Friday (February 25) , Not Squares, Lucy Swann and Team Me will be playing a special “Oya Festival & Field Day vs. Club NME” at KOKO.
Next Friday (March 4), The Agitator and Bones will be performing at the London clubnight, while Neon Hitch and Joana & The Wolf will be playing the following Friday (11).