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DITZ are gonna play a one-off London show this November

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Published: 11:00 am, October 18, 2019
DITZ are gonna play a one-off London show this November

It'll be no shock to anyone who pays attention to 'the scene' that we're big fans of DITZ.

The Brighton-based upstarts have been buzzing along on our radar for a good while now, with this year's standout banger 'Gayboy' gathering heavy rotation on the Dork stereo. That's why we're bloody delighted to be teaming up with our bezzie mates Alcopop! Records for a brand new show next month.

Taking place at London's Waiting Room on 4th November, it'll be in celebration of an unspecified and yet awesome future 'thing', which we can't tell you about yet. But we will. Soon. Very soon indeed.

The show is free entry, but you can grab your tickets now via Dice via this link. While you're waiting, remind yourself about how great DITZ are with the live video below. What a band, eh?

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