Big Pink play London leg of Diesel:U:Music world tour

Heartrevolution and Young Fathers also on the bill for basement gig

The Big Pink, Heartsrevolution and Young Fathers were among the acts who played at the London leg of the Diesel:U:Music Tour last night (October 1).

They played at the P3, an underground venue at the University Of Westminster, following similar shows that had taken place in cities including Berlin, New York, Tokyo, Paris and Madrid.

The Big Pink, with frontman Robbie Furze sporting a large leather jacket, and bandmate Milo Cordell positioned behind his decks set up, took to the stage at around 11pm (BST), playing songs from their recently-released debut album ‘A Brief History Of Love’.

The Big Pink played:

‘Too Young To Love’
‘At War with the Sun’
‘Count Backwards From Ten’

Earlier rap outfit Young Fathers had played a set interrupted by a fire alarm, while Heartsrevolution and TTPDR were also among the acts that played the rave-like event.

More Diesel:U:Music Tour gigs are set to take place, in Vienna, Sydney and Miami.