London Gigs

London Gigs: 20-26 July 2015

Gig Of The Week

Mammoth Penguins – a group made of former members of Standard Fare, The Pony Collaboration and Puncture Repair Kit – launch their debut album with a show at the Lexington on Tuesday. That album, Hide and Seek, teases out the very best of ex Standard Fare singer Emma Kupa’s gloriously strained vocals, making them one of Fortuna Pop!’s most exciting signings of the last couple of years.

Announcement Of The Week

Nathaniel Rateliff wooed us with his show at St Stephen’s Church, as part of last month’s Bushstock. Now flanked by new backing band The Night Sweats, his sound has transformed from introspective guitar rumblings into something all together more raucous. If you like your voices growly and your music rock ‘n’ whisky soaked, it’s well worth booking a ticket ahead of their gig at the Village Underground, on 19 October.


Monday 20 July

They Might Be Giants – Rough Trade East

Tuesday 21 July

The Drums – KOKO Mammoth Penguins – Lexington

Wednesday 22 July

Goldie and The Heritage Orchestra – Royal Festival Hall

Only Girl – St Pancras Old Church

Sam Henshaw – Lexington

Thursday 23 July

The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart – Garage

Darwin Deez – Village Underground

Tinariwen – Fairfield Halls

Rosanne Cash – Union Chapel

Misty Miller – Windmill

Friday 24 July

Savages + A Dead Forest Index – Barbican

Saturday 25 July

Leftfield – Rough Trade East

Evans The Death – Old Blue Last

Sunday 26 July

Badly Drawn Boy – Barbican

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