Unknown Mortal Orchestra have announced details of a last-minute show, taking place at London’s Birthdays venue tomorrow (Thursday 21st May).
Following the trio’s performance at Islington Assembly Hall (which has sold out), UMO will take to an after-party show, with Silicon playing a DJ set. The news was posted via Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s Facebook page, and states:
“London! We are excited to announce that we will play a last minute late-night free after-party show at Birthdays in Dalston tomorrow night, May 21st after our sold out Islington Assembly Hall show! There will also be DJ sets by Silicon and Jack Shankly. Doors at midnight and the show is 18+. We are giving away 75 pairs of tickets. Include your name as a comment below and we will be picking 75 random winners and your name will be on the list at the door for two tickets. We’ll post the names of the winners tomorrow morning on our Facebook page!”
Head to Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s Facebook page to be in with a chance to win.
UMO’s new album ‘Multi-Love’ is streaming in full ahead of its release next week. Listen to via The Guardian here.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra will play Sound City (22nd-24th May) and Latitude (16th-19th July), where DIY is an official media partner. Tickets are on sale now. Visit diymag.com/presents for more information.
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