The Mercury Prize nominated musician, East India Youth, has been revealed as the headliner for a night of new music curated by Dave Rowntree (Blur, XFM) for Fred Perry Sub-Sonic Live.
Set to take place at The Garage, London on September 24, the night will also see Black Honey, who are known for their indie-psych tracks like ‘Bloodlust’, and Kagoule, who are set to release their dark, melodic debut album Urth tomorrow (August 21), take to the stage as support.
Joining the live acts will also be the gig’s co-curtator Dave Rowntree, who will be matching their sets with a headline DJ set.
East India Youth is known for his euphoric live performances, and experimentation. He released his follow-up to his Mercury Prize nominated Total Strife Forever on April 6, after signing to XL Recordings earlier this year. The album is called Culture Of Volume, which is taken from a fragment of verse from the poem ‘Monument’ Richard Holland.
Having signed to XL Recordings earlier this year for his second album Culture Of Volume,
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