Toy to play one-off London live date

Toy to play one-off London live date

The band will take to the relatively smaller confines of The Lexington next week.

Toy are to play a one-off London live date next week.

The band, who play Hertfordshire festival Standon Calling next weekend, will warm up with a relatively intimate show at The Lexington on 1st August.

Tickets are still available, priced £10.

Toy released second album, ‘Join The Dots’, at the end of last year. 

They play Redfest, Tramlines and Deer Shed festivals this weekend, then Beacons and Green Man next month.

Their full touring schedule so far is:

JULY

25-27 Redfest
25-27 Deer Shed Festival
25-27 Tramlines

AUGUST

1 London The Lexington
1-3 Standon Calling
7-10 Beacons Festival
14-17 Green Man Festival
16 La Route du Rock
23 Mona Fest

SEPTEMBER

5-6 Kutxa Festival
5-7 Festival No. 6
12-14 Long Division
13-14 On Blackheath

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