Glasvegas to make UK live comeback with London club gig

James and Rab Allan to play intimate show this month

Glasvegas are set to play their first UK gig since frontman James Allan temporarily went missing in New York earlier this month, skipping the Barclaycard Mercury Prize ceremony.

James and guitarist Rab Allan will play an acoustic show at the Parker McMillan venue in London on October 30 for the This Feeling club night.

Proceeds will go to the Team Continuum cancer charity. The Glasvegas frontman explained that he agreed to play the gig to help his friend John Codling, who is attempting to raise $1million (£629,000) for the charity by running the New York marathon on November 1.


Goldie Lookin Chain, Them:youth, The Ruling Class and Jem Cooke also feature on the bill.

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