Performing an exclusive London show next month, Metronomy will be celebrating their seventh studio album, Small World.
Announced as the last name to join the inaugural London edition of Pitchfork Music Festival, Metronomy have announced they’ll be playing a one off album release show.
Taking place in East London’s Colour Factory, the band will take the stage on November 11th to celebrate the release of their seventh studio album, Small World, due out next February.
Metronomy’s Joe Mount said: “Dearest fans of ours, you honestly wouldn’t believe the crazy anxiety dreams we’ve all been having about this upcoming show. The one thing that makes the sleepless nights worthwhile is knowing that YOU will be there with us, just like the old days, in a nice little sweaty room. See you soon, we can’t wait!”
Follow the link for the chance to get a ticket and be there in person (tickets for the stream available now)
— Pitchfork London (@pitchforklondon) October 28, 2021
Sign-up to have a chance to attend the show at the Hackney Wick space – a very limited number of tickets will be released to the mailing list. Tickets are available now globally for the live stream via the Doors platform. The link for both is here.
Featuring a mix of one-off performances across London, Pitchfork Music Festival will see the likes of Giant Swan/Eartheater, Remi Wolf/Gabriels, Iceage, PC Music and many more head to stages across London.
Tickets for each event are sold separately. Tickets in partnership with DICE are available from the Pitchfork Music Festival website.