Dead Sons and The Violet May played at the latest Club NME show at London’s KOKO venue. Missed it? Take a glance at our photo gallery from the night.
The Violet May headlined the Camden clubnight. Ahead of the show, vocalist Chris McClure told NME.COM that he was excited to be sharing the stage with fellow Sheffield act Dead Sons.
“There’s a mammoth party on the cards I reckon,” McClure shared. “We’re looking forward to playing Club NME again. We only had our first single out last time, so it’s nice to come down off the back of our debut EP. We’ve been playing some big shows over the last couple of months so people can expect us to be on form for this one.”
Sheffield-based five-piece The Violet May headlined the latest Club NME night in London.
Fellow Sheffield-based five-piece Dead Sons kicked things off on Friday (July 29) at Club NME.
You can download Dead Sons’ latest single, ‘Berlin’, for free at deadsons.tv.
For all the latest Club NME listings and ticket details, visit NME.COM/clubnme. This Friday (Aug 5), Paper Route will be headlining the Camden clubnight.
The following Friday (Aug 12), Cassette Jam will be performing at Club NME KOKO.
For those of you that like to plan ahead, Zebedy Rays and Five Working Days will be playing at Club NME on August 19th.
Visit KOKO.uk.com for more upcoming Club NME gig listings.