The Young Knives headline New Year’s bash

Band to play special club night with other top acts

The Young Knives, Larrikin Love and The Rumble Strips are to usher in the New Year with a special intimate show in London.

The late night bash will be held on December 31 as part of FROG night at The Forum, and will run from 9pm to 4am.

“We are really chuffed to be playing FROG on New Year’s Eve,” said Young Knives singer Henry Dartnall. “Besides it being a great vehicle for our ever growing egos, it also means we won’t have the ballache of trying to plan New Year’s Eve. We just get a ready made party at which we are one of the guests of honour! What more could we ask for?”


Previous bands who have featured at FROG include the likes of Klaxons, Panic! At The Disco, Babyshambles, Bloc Party, Kaiser Chiefs and Razorlight.

For ticket availability go to NME.COM/Gigs.


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