This past Friday (May 6), Fitz And The Tantrums and Born Blonde headlined Club NME at London's KOKO venue. Didn't make it down for the show? Here's a recap of what went down.
Born Blonde kicked off the night in Camden, before Los Angeles-based soul-indie pop act Fitz And The Tantrums arrived for their headline slot.
Want to see more great acts like Born Blonde? Visit KOKO's website for all the latest gig listings.
Ahead of the show, Fitz And The Tantrums frontman Fitz told NME.com that fans were to expect "some new songs, maybe a cover or two. Who knows where the night will take us?"
This Friday (May 13), The Sounds will be headlining Club NME at KOKO to celebrate the release of their new album, 'Something To Die For'. This will be their first UK show in two years.
The following Friday (May 20), Pony Pony Run Run and The Jezabels will be taking over the Club NME stage in Camden.
Fitz And The Tantrums headlined the latest Club NME.
If you want to stop by the next Club NME night, visit NME.COM/clubnme for all the latest Club NME listings and ticket details.