Daughter have announced their biggest show to date - a headline night at London’s Brixton Academy.
The show takes place on 27th October, following the release of this year’s second album ‘Not to Disappear’.
Tickets are available from a Songkick pre-sale tomorrow, 25th February, 10am.
Speaking to DIY earlier this year, Igor Haefeli recalled previous shows, saying: “People would come and see us after shows and say ‘your song has expressed a feeling I’ve had that I haven’t really been able to put my finger on’, and that’s an amazing thing. Whether that’s what the song was intended for, or carries the same meaning for us as it does for the fan, is a completely different question - but anything that helps them understand, or realise that they’re even feeling something at all, is great.”
Long may the mass outpouring of emotions continue.
27 London, O2 Academy Brixton
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