West Indian Girl win over a packed house at Club NME LA

Softlightes and Wild Light also deliver strong sets

West Indian Girl played a rousing set for a packed house at Club NME Los Angeles with Fred Perry Subculture last night (September 19).

The six-piece LA rock outfit previewed several tracks from their forthcoming album ‘4th And Wall’, which is due out next month.

The band hardly said a word between songs, but mesmerised the crowd with their dreamy space-rock.

San Diego four-piece Softlightes also pulled out all the stops during their set, setting up a movie screen behind them on which they projected a series of unusual images.

“I’m so excited you’re all here – I feel like we’re all brothers and sisters,” frontman Ron Fountenberry told the audience. The band won over the crowd with their indie-electro stylings.

Wild Light kicked off the night, warming up for their performance opening for Arcade Fire at the Hollywood Bowl tonight (September 20).

Club NME with Fred Perry Subculture takes place at Spaceland in the Silver Lake neighbourhood of Los Angeles every Wednesday night.

Next Wednesday (September 26), Maps and CoCo B’s are set to headline Club NME LA with Fred Perry Subculture.

For more information, visit Myspace.com/clubnmela.

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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