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Feet are going to play an “immersive and conceptual” night in London later this month

The free gig will take place at new venue 26 Leake Street in Waterloo.
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Published: 11:04 am, July 02, 2019
Feet are going to play an “immersive and conceptual” night in London later this month

Feet are going to play an “immersive and conceptual” night in London later this month.

The free gig will take place on 19th July at new venue 26 Leake Street in Waterloo, with Circe, Hummah, Feral DJ and Jade Marie also on the bill.

"We hope to create a regular, immersive and artist-friendly night which combines musical and performance art in one showcase,” the band explain. “Merging traditional gig settings with late night DJs and art pieces for a unique, crease and welcoming experience. A place for everyone to get west and enjoy themselves. You may see Harry in an evening tailcoat offering the finest of beverages and Greggs vegan sausage rolls for the loyal early-birds.”

Feet’s debut album ‘What’s Inside Is More Than Just Ham’ is due for release on 4th October. The band will also play Truck, Y Not and more this summer, as well as an October-November headline tour.

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