London's KOKO venue was home to a confetti-filled New Year's Eve party on Friday (January 31), as British Sea Power, Joe and Will Ask? and Fiction teamed up to ring in 2011 at Club NME.
British Sea Power headlined Club NME's New Year's Eve Ball and, despite the band being ill, member Phil Sumner told NME they were ready to "get shitfaced" and kick off 2011 at KOKO.
A few punters pose for the camera at Club NME's NYE Ball. If you'd like to see your face in the Club NME gallery, stop by KOKO's website for all the latest gig listings.
British Sea Power have plenty of reason to be excited about 2011. "By the time it hits the new year, everyone starts getting depressed again," said Phil Sumner. "With the new album ['Valhalla Dancehall'] coming out 10 days later, it’s a reason to keep cheerful."
After spending their last few NYE's curating shows in Brighton, British Sea Power were excited to leave the organising behind and just play. "It’s nice to kind of not have to do the organising this time and we can just turn up and play," Phil Sumner told NME. "We’ll just enjoy the night, and we’ll have a bit of a laugh afterwards."
Fiction also took to the stage at KOKO's New Year's Eve Ball. Head to NME.COM/clubnme for all the latest information on Club NME.
Club NME's New Year's Eve Ball saw foliage from British Sea Power fans and midnight kisses.
Want to see more acts like Fiction? Katalina Kicks will be headlining Club NME this Friday (January 7), while Silvery will be performing on Friday January 14.
Joe And Will Ask? also performed at Club NME on Friday (December 31).
The last Club NME of 2010 closed the year out with a bang. Stop by KOKO's website for 2011's Club NME listings.