In the presence of royalty

British indie rock duo to hit Danish soil in March

These indie rock Brit Award nominees are hitting Danish shores for the first time, bringing with them their raw, too-cool-for-school sound that has gained them rave raviews from the likes of NME and Rock Sound. 

Their self-titled debut record also became the fastest selling rock debut in three years. Impressive, especially considering they only formed in 2013. 

Most recently the band have released a brand new track, ‘Out of the Black’, which has garnered significant airplay in the UK.

With a string of sold-out UK shows under their belts, this is not one to miss. 

Sun 22 March, 20:00; Vega; 220kr





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