It’s a brand new week full to the brim with amazing shows – which you find out about in our Nordic Gig Guide! We’re expecting a week packed with Nordic rock and soul, so read on to be up to date on what gigs you shouldn’t miss in the UK this week!
The Community Festival takes place in London from the 3rd-5th of November and both Sweden’s Fews and Danish Communions will be playing at The Courtyard this Tuesday! Head over for both Fews moving new noise pop and explosive sound along with Communions mix of melancholic guitar riffs, energetic drums and passionate vocal!
And don’t miss exceptionally talented Dane Alex Vargas this Wednesday at Shoreditch’s Concrete! With his soulful voice and funky pop music we can assure you it’ll be a great show – head over here to get your ticket!
The party continues this Wednesday at The House Of St Barnabas in London where there’ll be no less than three Nordic acts performing this very evening – Dungen, André Bratten & DJ Neneh Cherry are ready to take to the stage in celebration of their Norwegian label Smalltown Supersound! It’s bound to be a proper party and we suggest you just go ahead and grab your tickets for this awesome label night.
It’s time to see the heavy rockers in Graveyard again on Wednesday at Electric Ballroom in Camden! Get your ticket and head on over for the ultimate combination of energetic drums, powerful voices and great melodies all in the perfect heavy rock package!
Jaga Jazzist are coming to London again! We’re absolutely thrilled and can’t wait to see the eclectic electro jazz group live at Electric Brixton on Thursday! If you want to see one of Norway’s finest, most ground breaking and brilliant jazz groups; then this is an unmissable show.
The Community Festival continues and Norwegian artist EERA will be playing in London on Thursday! With her incredible voice and beautiful melodies she creates a truly moving soundscape that you shouldn’t miss at The Courtyard!
Hailing from Gothenburg, Sweden, we’re thrilled that the energetic duo Pale Honey‘s playing their minimalistic rock at Hoxton’s The MacBeth for Community Festival! The gig is sold out, but keep your eyes and ears open as we’re sure they’ll be playing in London again soon!
Oh yes, Baby In Vain are not only coming to the UK but they’re heading on a beautifully comprehensive tour as well! This amazing live band is fresh out of a summer US tour that’s had excellent reviews – you can get a full overview of their UK tour dates here along with your tickets!
Sólstafir‘s self-titled “atmospheric rock n’roll” is the perfect match for Electric Ballroom in Camden this Friday evening! Playing alongside the acclaimed Japanese post-rock band MONO, we know it’ll be a night to remember!
And to close this week’s gig guide we have the Icelandic punk rockers in Muck starting their two week long UK TOUR! Touring along Every Time I Die & Superhaven we can only expect great things to happen on their opening night in Southampton!