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on Wednesday 17th of June. Tickets onsale Friday for £35. Seems steep but still worth it, right?
it will be fucking great. not taht fussed myself tho
might very well attempt to get a ticket for this
although now they've been through lopndond sevearl times over the last few years it may not be quite the ordeal to get a ticket as in the past
hell of a live show. Mike Patton has to be alongside damon albarn one of the most crazy lead singers around. he even makes songs that don`t sound amazing on record sound amazing live. its crazy FNM have never released a more up to date live album than the brixton academy one, which wasnt that great. I can almost guarantee this gig will be worth the money. Nothing can touch them.
Mike Patton has to be alongside damon albarn one of the most crazy lead singers around
Really bloody fast :(
And can grab an extra 2 I'm trying to get them for my Dad's birthday so that'd be, yknow, nice.
Managed to get mine for Glasgow.
just booked a couple for the Roundhouse.
the classic second date, better day booking. In.
password is 'superhero' as it was yesterday...
Assuming that the curse of my late night Thursday schedule allows me to get up in time to get tickets of course.
Why always with the Friday? :)
for being a teensy bit early. Two booked for the Thursday. Seen them every time in London since they've reformed, and quite right too as they were first band I ever saw when I was 17 at the Astoria...
Thinking I'd be able to pick up another single ticket. Ticketmaster sold out pretty much immediately?!
Any spares going?!
Also, Sol Invictus has leaked. Anyone heard it? Surprisingly good! Separation Anxiety is bloody excellent, as is Cone of Shame.
Sound was great, stage set up and lighting brilliant and the setlist very solid too. It didn't seem all that loud as the sound was really clean, but as my ears were buzzing the whole of Friday it must have been. Billy Gould's bass was immense.