Glitches warmed up the crowd at Club NME KOKO on Friday (Aug 5), with Paper Route headlining. Take a scroll through this galler to check out some pictures from the night.
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South London-based four-piece Glitches served as the support act at the latest Club NME night.
"KOKO was a blast. Thanks so much to all who came," Glitches wrote on their Facebook page following their performance at the Camden clubnight.
Visit KOKO.uk.com for more upcoming Club NME gig listings.
"We're very excited to be coming back to KOKO," Paper Route's frontman JT Daly told NME.COM ahead of the gig. "This time around we'll be playing some songs we've never played before. The song 'Love Letters' is my current favourite in the set. As usual, we'll be packing our suitcases with every instrument we can fit and probably won't sleep 'til we return home to Nashville."
"As a kid I grew up in a small farm town with one grocery store. While my family shopped, I'd thumb through the music magazines looking for the NME," Paper Route's frontman JT Daly told NME.COM. "It was a hard magazine to find in my part of the States. So, playing anything that shares the NME name seems surreal."
For all the latest Club NME listings and ticket details, visit NME.COM/clubnme. This Friday (Aug 12), Cassette Jam will be headlining Club NME.
The following Friday (Aug 19), Zebedy Rays will be performing, while the following Friday (Aug 26), Caan will be taking over the KOKO stage.