Heads up: tickets for all these great London live music events go on sale tomorrow morning. As ever, check our just announced page for the rest of this week’s biggest and best London gig announcements.
Roundhouse, July 13
After the surprise release of his righteous new album ‘Black Messiah’ and a series of sold out live shows last year, the ultra-funky R&B singer is back for an intimate Camden show.
Hackney Empire, June 12
The Wimbledon troubadour, who sold out Ally Pally twice over last autumn, plays an acoustic solo gig in Hackney in aid of the Lullaby Trust charity.
FAITH NO MORE
Roundhouse, June 17
The funk-metal pranksters from San Francisco, who reunited in 2009, take to the stage for their first London show in three years.
DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE
O2 Academy Brixton, November 4
If you missed out on tickets to see Ben Gibbard’s chest-beating guitar-poppers at their Shepherd’s Bush shows in June, here’s another opportunity to hear their new album ‘Kintsugi’ (and old favourites) live in London.
Roundhouse, Nov 9
This will be the biggest show yet by the Stavely-Taylor sisters, as they bring their delicate, folk-edged songs and powerful harmonies to the Roundhouse.
O2 Academy Brixton, Nov 20
The Manc synth-poppers gave their sound a rave kick on recent single ‘Distant Past’, but that doesn’t mean they’ve sacrificed their quirk: the track also includes robot voices and a sample from ‘Star Trek’. It’ll make this mega Brixton show absolutely kick off.