Twin Atlantic will return to their small venue roots for one night in December as they play a special, stripped-back set at Jack Rocks The Macbeth.
The Glasgow rock band will head to Hoxton for the one-off gig on December 1. It follows recent gigs at much larger venues – including Camden’s Roundhouse.
Speaking to NME, singer Sam McTrusty said of the show: “We’ve got no idea what we’re going to do, but we’re up for it! Playing small venues is how we started as a band – and it wasn’t for six months, it was for five years.”
He continued: “We learned the hard way, so while going back to playing a small venue will be a challenge, it’ll be a good one.”
The band will be supported on the night by Nothing But Thieves and Itch. Tickets for the gig are available now from NME.COM/tickets.
Jack Daniel’s in association with NME and Spotify are collaborating with Hoxton music venue The Macbeth to create a new hub for shows from bands big and small, as well as hosting workshops and Q&As.
For more information on what’s coming up at the venue head to NME.COM/jackrocks.
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