Ice Black Birds headlined Club NME on Friday (April 29), right before the Camden venue was taken by storm for Camden Crawl the next morning. Take a look at this gallery for some more shots of the band, and of support band Dimbley And Capper.
Ahead of the show, Brighton four-piece Ice Black Birds told NME.com they were excited to play another NME-sponsored event, following a slot at November's NME Weekender Festival.
''We are really excited to be back on that massive stage at KOKO for Club NME," Ice Black Birds frontman Sam Denniston said. "We played main support back in November of last year and did The NME Weekender Festival, which were both fantastic. I can only imagine how much fun we are going to have headlining. Some new songs from the debut album will be revealed on the night."
Ice Black Birds' Club NME show was their biggest UK headline show yet. To celebrate, they put their song 'Shallow Bones' online to download for free - click here to get it.
Dimbleby & Capper kicked off the night at KOKO. Laura Bettinson wore a dress that strangely resembled a wedding cake. Conveniently, it was just in time for Will and Kate's big day.
Dimbleby & Capper have four more live shows in London this month, so don't fret if you missed their Club NME show. Click here to find out where and when they'll be performing.
Want to catch more acts like Ice Black Birds and Dimbleby & Capper? Visit KOKO's website for all the latest gig listings and ticket details.
This Friday (May 7), Fitz And The Tantrums will be headlining the London clubnight, while The Sounds will be taking over the following Friday (May 13).
If you fancy stopping by the next Club NME night, visit NME.COM/clubnme for all the latest Club NME listings and ticket details.