Stuck for plans to see out 2014, and see in 2015? Once again the best party in London is happening at Club NME’s New Year’s Eve Ball at KOKO in Camden. Breakout stars of 2014, Superfood, are topping the bill.
It's been another huge year for Club NME at London's KOKO. If you're still searching for plans for new year's eve, then step right this way. An awesome bill has lined up to help you say goodbye to 2014 at the Club NME New Year's Eve Ball.
One of 2014's breakout bands, Superfood, will top the bill on the night. 2014 was a great year for the Birmingham band, headlining the NME New Breed tour and playing some big festivals. In the NME review of their debut album 'Don't Say That' writer Rhian Daly called the LP "ecstatic", saying the "album reveals their appetite for adventure and taste for the bizarre".
Joining Superfood on the 31 December will be Prides. The Scottish threesome's biggest highlight of 2014 came when they appeared on stage at the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony in Glasgow in September alongside the likes of Kylie and Deacon Blue.
On the night, DJ Ed Wilder will be behind the decks. Expect the best of Arctic Monkeys, Daft Punk, Disclosure, Foals and loads more. DJ Alana B Devotion will be mixing it up with indie, electro and dance.
It'll complete a year that's seen the likes of GusGus, Sons & Lovers, Coves, Bear Hands and Beech take to the stage at Club NME KOKO.
Doors on the night open at 9pm, with the party going on until 4am. The show's an 18+ event.
There's already stellar bunch of new bands lined up for Club NME KOKO in January 2015 in partnership with BBC Introducing. Nothing But Thieves (9 Jan), The Bohicas (16 Jan) and Gengahr (23 Jan) are all confirmed.