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We're throwing a surprise Easter Party this Sunday, with VANT, Talkboy and LA Peach

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Published: 11:00 am, April 18, 2019
We're throwing a surprise Easter Party this Sunday, with VANT, Talkboy and LA Peach

There's a long weekend coming, Dear Reader. Four, sunny days off approach - and so we figured we'd best spring a surprise on you, just to keep you all busy.

Yep, we're hosting another special Easter Party this weekend, and it's set to be a doozy.

We're taking over our home from home, London's Old Blue Last for a free show on this most holy of Sundays, and we've invited a rather special line-up to join us.

Fresh of selling out a London date, VANT is set to headline, with two of our fave new bands Talkboy and LA Peach in support.

We realise this is all quite last minute, but providing you can rip yourself away from Line of Duty and a pile of chocolate eggs to join us, you can pick up free tickets right now via Dice, right here.

You can get all the details in the poster below. We'll see you there.

We're throwing a surprise Easter Party this Sunday, with VANT, Talkboy and LA Peach

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