Radkey overcome injury at London NME Awards show with Austin, Texas

US band play sold-out show at The Sebright Arms in London

Radkey played an action-packed NME Awards Show with Austin Texas at The Sebright Arms in London last night (February 23).

The sibling trio, who come from St Joseph, Missouri, played to a sell-out audience, many of whom sang along to every word of tracks like set opener ‘Out Here In My Head’ and new single ‘Feed My Brain’. At one point in the show the three brothers were joined onstage by members of the audience, who provided backing vocals on ‘Cat & Mouse’.

Check out all the photos from Radkey’s show.


Radkey also found time to share a new song, a taste of what is to come from the band’s debut album. ‘Le Song’ was debuted in full with Isaiah Radke telling the audience that, despite the track’s title, “it’s not in French”. Elsewhere, the bass player took over much of the talking duties and informed the crowd that he “arrived in the UK last night, drank too much and hurt my leg real bad.” He later said that the crowd helped heal his injuries.

Radkey played:

‘Out Here In My Head’
‘Little Man’
‘Le Song’
‘Pretty Things’
‘Feed My Brain’
‘Start Freaking Out’
‘Innocents Tonight’
‘Cat & Mouse’
‘Red Letter’
‘NIGGA (Not Okay)’
‘Romance Dawn’

Ceremony tickets are still available for the NME Awards 2014, with Austin Texas. On sale now.

To check the availability of NME Awards Shows 2014 tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.


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