HARD-FI have announced details of an exclusive one off gig in LONDON next week.
Following the cancellation of their appearance at this year’s Glastonbury festival, the group will play at the capital’s Neighbourhood on July 13.
The band were forced to pull out of the festival after singer Richard Archer’s mother became critically ill that weekend. She has since passed away.
The band have also cancelled their planned album launch party at Cheekees in their hometown of Staines, which was due to take place on July 7.
Tickets for the Neighbourhood gig will be priced at £10 and go on sale shortly. As a thank you to all of the fans who were wanting to see Hard-Fi at Glastonbury, anybody attending the show who produces their festival ticket or wristband will receive a £5 refund on the door.
DJ support for the gig will come from the band’s collaborator Wrongtom, with special guests to be announced shortly.
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’Stars OF CCTV’, the debut album from Hard-Fi, is released today (July 4).