Oliver Future, Hold Steady man for Club NME LA tomorrow (April 29)

Sweden's Moneybrother will support

Oliver Future are set to headline Club NME Los Angeles tomorrow night (April 29).

The Los Angeles-based indie pop band are returning to the stage after downsizing from a five-piece to a power-pop trio, bringing their new streamlined sound to Club NME-goers.

Earlier in the evening, The Hold Steady‘s multi-instrumentalist Franz Nicolay will perform tracks from his debut solo album, ‘Major General’, and Sweden’s Moneybrother will kick off the night.


Resident DJs Dia, Jennifer and Solid Todd, along with some surprise guests, will spin a mix of rock, electronica, punk and hip-hop before and after the sets.

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

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–By our Los Angeles staff.
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