Continuing their 60th anniversary live shows last month – which included sets from the likes of The Charlatans, Norman Jay and Terry Hall – Fred Perry are set to continue the revelry at London’s Garage on November 21 with a rather stellar line-up.
Headlining the night is multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire Tom Vek who’ll be performing cuts from his two seminal full-lengths; 2005′s We Have Sound and 2011′s Leisure Seizure. If you haven’t seen Vek live before, it’s a tense, bombastic affair and one that comes highly recommended. Meanwhile, main support Breton – whose debut album Other People’s Problems dropped earlier this year – fuse electronic soundscapes with elements of dance-punk and alt-rock to scintillating ends. With DJ sets from one of our current cover stars, Charli XCX, and Luv Luv Luv – who are headed up by Queens of Noize’s Mairead Nash – this is one not to be missed.
Tickets are available now – via Fred Perry Subculture – for the very reasonable price of £5, here. Get on it.
- Alex Cull