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Declan McKenna is going to perform a one-off live-streamed album launch show

The Dork cover star (ahem) will perform his new record in full.
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Published: 9:52 pm, August 13, 2020
Declan McKenna is going to perform a one-off live-streamed album launch show

Declan McKenna is going to perform a one-off live-streamed album launch show.

The gig will be aired live from London's Lafayette on 4th September, the same day his new album 'Zeros' arrives, which he'll be performing in full.

“I’m really excited to be able to perform again for you guys," he says. "I can’t wait to get back on the road next March but in the meantime, this will be the best performance of ours the internet has ever seen. Hold onto your hats! Buzzing for you guys to hear what we’ve been working on!!!"

The show will be broadcast live from London at 9pm BST on Friday 4th September. Ticket buyers will be able to view the show for 24 hours from the time of the initial live broadcast. For further information on local currencies and the broadcast, visit link.dice.fm/declan-zeros.

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