Alt-J added to Bands 4 Refugees benefit show line-up

The Leeds trio join the likes of Wolf Alice, Swim Deep and Peace, who will all play at the "special covers night"

Alt-J have joined the line-up for the upcoming Bands 4 Refugees benefit show.

The Leeds trio, who last released an album in 2014 with ‘This Is All Yours’, join an already-stellar cast list for the gigs at London’s Kamio venue, which will take place on December 4-5.

As DIY reports, Alt-J will join the likes of Wolf Alice, Peace, Swim Deep and Slaves for the benefit gigs, which have been dubbed as “special covers night(s).”

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The first announced gig, on December 5, has already sold out, with the December 4 show a 14+ matinee. Tickets go on sale tomorrow (November 29), priced £12.50, over on Dice. All proceeds from the gig go towards the Help Refugees charity, which provides shelter, medical aid, and other vital supplies to refugees arriving in Europe.

See the full line-up in the below post from Bands 4 Refugees.

Hi!We have The Magic Gang, Dream Wife and Alt J joining our line up for the Covers Night! We are also super excited to…

Posted by Bands 4 Refugees on Monday, November 28, 2016

Alt-J are reportedly working on their third studio album.

Drummer Thom Sonny Green recently provided an update on the progress of the band’s next record, saying they had “lots of ideas” for their third LP.

“[We’re] very excited about it, I think it’s going to be pretty interesting,” Green told NME about their next record. “I feel like it’ll be different, but I don’t know. It’s funny that we write together so well and it comes pretty naturally and pretty quick.”

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Pressed on what the album might sound like, Green replied: “I can’t predict it. You know, we write what we feel.”

 

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