It was a special Øya Festival & Field Day vs Club NME night at KOKO on Friday (February 25), as Not Squares, Lucy Swann and Team Me co-headlined the weekly clubnight. Click through this gallery for some more shots of the night.
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A couple of punters keep warm as they wait for Club NME to kick off.
Head over to KOKO's website for all the latest show listings and stop by the next Club NME show.
Planning on stopping by KOKO this Friday for Club NME? Check NME.com next week and you might see your photo in this gallery.
This Friday (March 4), The Agitator will be headlining the London clubnight, along with support act Bones.
The following Friday (11), Neon Hitch and Joana & The Wolf will be performing at Club NME at KOKO.
KOKO was packed on Friday as people came to see a few hotly tipped UK and Norwegian acts.
If you really like to plan ahead, then keep March 18th free for Bleech and Spycatcher's Club NME show at KOKO.
Be sure to stop by NME.COM/clubnme for all the latest Club NME news and listings.
Oslo's Lucy Swann kicked off the night at Camden's KOKO venue on Friday.
Click here to download a free mp3 of 'For Heaven's Sake' from Lucy Swann.
If you missed Lucy Swann at Club NME, you can catch her on March 31st at The Lexington (London), as well as performing at this summer's The Great Escape festival in Brighton.
Stop by Lucy Swann's Facebook page to watch a short video of her KOKO performance.
Belfast-based trio Not Squares also performed at the most recent Club NME.
To quote the Facebook page of Not Squares, "Koko be loco" on Friday night's Club NME.
The debut album from Not Squares, called 'Yeah OK', is out now.
Not Squares are, as they refer to themselves, "Just 3 guys who wanna make you dance." It was certainly a party at KOKO on Friday.
Ahead of the show, Uno Møller Christiansen of Team Me told NME that they're looking forward to sharing their music with the UK.
"It's a great opportunity for us to spread our music to other countries," Uno Møller Christiansen of Team Me told NME.
Uno Møller Christiansen of Team Me told NME: "The UK music market is huge and very influential on the European music scene. We played a little set at a festival in Manchester in October and we got a lot of great feedback from the people there. Hopefully we can do the same thing in London!"
"Our little U.K-visit has been just brilliant and overwhelming. We cant wait to come back in march:)," Team Me wrote on their Facebook page following Club NME on Friday night.
Team Me closed out their trip to London with a few support slots for British Sea Power.
Don't forget to stop by KOKO's website for all the latest Club NME show listings.