Whatever live experience you fancy this week, the Nordics have got you covered. Find everything you need to know in the latest Nordic Gig Guide!
Hailing from Copenhagen, rock ensemble Marching Church are formed by members of Iceage, Lower, Hand of Dust and Choir of Young Believers. Their second LP Telling It Like It Is arrived last month and with unforgettable tunes like ‘Lion’s Den‘ and ‘Heart of Life’ in their reportoire, a visit to either The Victoria in London or The Green Door Store in Brighton this week seems like a pretty good idea!
Finnish pop sensation ALMA is not “that kind of girl, to keep my voice unheard“, and for that we feel blessed. Her debut EP Dye My Hair was released last month and its title track is one suitable for a boogie, so put on your best dancing shoes and swing by Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen this Tuesday evening!
After touring with the likes of Australian singer-songwriter Troye Sivan across Europe and the US since April, Ja Ja Ja Club Night alumni and Norwegian wonder child Astrid S is bringing her enchanting voice across the pond for a sold out show at The Camden Assembly this week!
More Norwegian sounds are heading to London this week, as Nordic spiritualism inspired music group Wardruna are playing two sold out shows at Union Chapel!
Sampling-based DJ/producer/composer collective Den Sorte Skole are bringing their diverse sounds to two London venues this week. By sampling music from all over the world and across genres, this Copenhagen duo will take the audiences on an unforgettable musical journey through history that is not to be missed!
The increasing popularity of iconic Icelandic outfit Kaleo shows no signs of stopping, and this week the band embark on the UK leg of their Handprint tour, which is completely sold out. Ticket holders are up for evenings of rock, folk and blues galore!
Following their recent move from Lund to London and the release of their brand new track ‘Finally’, Swedish four-piece Francobollo will be headlining The Waiting Room this week!
It’s been almost four years since they last visited the UK, but Pascal Pinon are finally returning to play in both London and Brighton this week! Formed by Icelandic siblings Ásthildur and Jófríður Ákadóttir, the duo released their third album Sundur this August, featuring captivating singles ‘53‘ and ‘Orange‘.
This week will also see the UK debut of Copenhagen quartet Masasolo! Their debut EP Breakup arrived in September, and with brilliant singles ‘Really Thought She Loved Me‘ and ‘How It Feels‘ under their belt, this band is not be missed!
Swedish DJ, producer and Studio Barnhus founder Kornél Kovács is heading to London this Saturday evening to debut his new album Bells at The Pickle Factory!
Finnish heavy-metallers Lordi return to the UK for a headline show at O2 Academy Islington. Grab your tickets now for an evening packed with hard rock, impressive costumes and loads of pyrotechnics!
More gigs coming up:
Friday 25th – Death By Unga Bunga, Boileroom, Guildford – Tickets