We have just what you need! It’s a guide to the best UK concerts played by Nordic acts. Are you up for exploring new music? Then this is the place to be!
Previous GusGus member Hafdís Huld has been in the music game for a long time. Her successful solo career began with her debut album Dirty Paper Cup in 2006 and her folky singer/songwriter sound has only grown since and so has the appreciation for her music. Have you not yet discovered her talent, you have the opportunity to pop by her concert at the Kitchen Garden Café in Birmingham.
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Supporting Wolf Parade on both nights of their sold-out set of shows at London’s Scala, K-X-P are not to be missed. Unfortunately tickets are gone already, but if you’re lucky enough to have one, make sure you catch K-X-P‘s set!
The dreamy Danish band Yung is still touring Europe with their debut album Youthful Dream. They played three UK shows last week and this week they are ready to take on another three. It’s going down in Leeds, Brighton and they have lined up two shows in London. Do you dare to miss this?
The adoptive Icelandander John Grant is to play a prestigious venue this week, as he is booked for the Royal Albert Hall in London. Head down to the show to enjoy his ironic, yet very interesting lyrics and dark and mellow tone this Wednesday.
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As a part of the Southbank Centre’s Meltdown Festival (this year curated by Elbow‘s Guy Garvey) Palace Winter will be doing a set to kick off one of the festival’s free stages on the terrace. They’re on early doors at 1:45 so get there early and you won’t miss out!
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Bushstock is a one-day festival taking place in London’s Shepherd’s Bush, and in addition to artists like local gal Shura, you can also catch Júníus Meyvant and Albin Lee Meldau so be sure to get down early!