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Mark Ronson has announced a new London show

He'll bring his Club Heartbreak to the capital's Scala on 25th June, with tickets on sale now.
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Published: 3:10 pm, May 24, 2019
Mark Ronson has announced a new London show

Mark Ronson has announced a new London show.

He'll bring his Club Heartbreak to the capital's Scala on 25th June, with tickets on sale now.

"Club Heartbreak is a club night me and my friends starting doing while I was creating my new album," he explains. "It's a place for people to come and let loose to our favourite melancholy dance tunes — or sad bangers. It had a big influence on my new album too. Here's a playlist of some of my favourite ones. Enjoy. Dance. Cry. Do your thing."

It'll follow up on his new album 'Late Night Feelings', which features collabs with Lykke Li, Miley Cyrus, Camila Cabello, Alicia Keys, Angel Olson, King Princess, the Last Artful, Dodgr, Diana Gordon, and Ilsey and is set for release on 21st June.

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