Class of 2018: Goat Girl, Our Girl and King Nun to play DIY’s Class of 2018 launch party next month!

Goat Girl, Our Girl and King Nun to play DIY’s Class of 2018 launch party next month!

Tickets are on sale now. Go go go!

All week we’ve been trickling out details of the motley crew that have made it into DIY’s Class of 2018 (our ever-accurate run down of the artists destined to make their stamp all over the next 12 months).

Leading the pack and gracing our cover were Manchester goth pop stars Pale Waves - who are also heading out on our inaugural massive Class of 2018 tour (details and ticket links here). And since then we’ve unveiled South London wonders Goat Girl, the heady melodies of Our Girl and Dirty Hit-signed scamps King Nun. 

“But what if I want to see those three bands, too?” we hear you cry!

Well, you’re in luck, as we’ll be putting on a big ol’ knees up at London’s Borderline on December 4th and Goat Girl, Our Girl and King Nun will all be playing. What’s more, we’ve even got returning alumni and stone cold legends The Big Moon DJ-ing on the night too. Oh, we do spoil you.

Very limited tickets for the event are priced at a teeny tiny £5 and are on sale now. 

Grab ‘em fast because once they’re gone, they’re gone, and you won’t wanna miss this one.

Get yer tickets for the DIY Class of 2018 Launch Party from DICE here or Ticketweb here.

Goat Girl, Our Girl and King Nun to play DIY’s Class of 2018 launch party next month!

We’re also honoured to be joined once again by the brilliant BIMM, who are joining us for the show.

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