With Pitchfork’s inaugural London music festival taking place from 10th-14th November, Metronomy have just announced that they’ll be getting involved.
Fresh off of announcing new album ‘Small World’, the group will be performing an exclusive album launch show at London’s Colour Factory on Thursday 11th November, an event which will also be live streamed.
As the band’s Joe Mount says, “Dearest fans of ours, you honestly wouldn’t believe the crazy anxiety dreams we’ve all been having about this upcoming show. The one thing that makes the sleepless nights worthwhile is knowing that YOU will be there with us, just like the old days, in a nice little sweaty room. See you soon, we can’t wait!”
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