Wolf Alice to play refugee benefit gig tomorrow at intimate London venue

All money raised from the gig will go to the UN Refugee Agency

Wolf Alice have announced a last minute gig at a tiny north London venue tomorrow night (February 3).

The band will perform at Nambucca on Holloway Road, a 300-capacity venue. Tickets will cost £10 and will only be available on the door. Doors open at 7:30pm with the band due on stage at 9:30pm. Age restrictions at the venue mean only fans aged 18 or older will be able to get in.

As DIY reports, all proceeds from the show will be donated to the UN Refugee Agency. The charity provides support to Syrian families seeking refuge in Jordan.

The band tweeted about the gig earlier this evening, telling fans: “We’ll be hanging out, taking song requests (not nosedive) and drinking lagers. Come support a good cause with us xxx”

Wolf Alice were recently nominated for Best British Breakthrough Act at the BRIT Awards, and Best Rock Performance for ‘Moaning Lisa Smile’ at the Grammys. Responding to news of the latter via Facebook, Wolf Alice posted a photograph with a caption that read, “HOLY SHIT GOT A GRAMMY NOMMER BEST ROCK PERFORMANCE PROPER CHUFFED U ROCK LISA SIMPSON XXX”

They are up against Alabama Shakes, Florence + The Machine, Foo Fighters and Elle King at the American awards bash. The 58th Grammys will air live on February 15, 2016 from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.