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COURTNEY BARNETT + NZCA LINES
Alexandra Palace
Friday 5 December 2014

We are very excited to announce Metronomy’s biggest London show to date at Alexandra Palace on Friday 5th December as part of a short UK tour (+ Manchester and Glasgow).

It’s been a busy six months since the release of ‘Love Letters’, the forth album from Joe Mount and his band. With their stunning stage production stepping up a notch, and their personal stage style looking more and more like entertainers in the truest sense of the word (the foursome give a nod to American vocal groups of the 60s and 70s in matching stage suits and Repetto shoes), Metronomy mean business. After their brilliant headline set at Field Day last month, last week you couldn’t switch on Radio 1 or 6 Music without being met with some kind of pre-Glastonbury Metronomy excitement building – Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq, Stuart Maconie, Liz Kershaw and Mary Anne Hobbs were all flying the Metronomy flag in face of the band’s forthcoming appearance at the UK’s flagship music festival, where they played two heroic sets.

Metronomy is the sole creation of singer, writer and producer and expert musician Joseph Mount. His band are: Oscar Cash (keys, sax, vox), Anna Prior (drums, vox), Gbenga Adelekan (vox, guitar).

Plus COURTNEY BARNETT

And NZCA LINES



Metronomy

Metronomy

COURTNEY BARNETT + NZCA LINES
Alexandra Palace
Friday 5 December 2014

We are very excited to announce Metronomy’s biggest London show to date at Alexandra Palace on Friday 5th December as part of a short UK tour (+ Manchester and Glasgow).

It’s been a busy six months since the release of ‘Love Letters’, the forth album from Joe Mount and his band. With their stunning stage production stepping up a notch, and their personal stage style looking more and more like entertainers in the truest sense of the word (the foursome give a nod to American vocal groups of the 60s and 70s in matching stage suits and Repetto shoes), Metronomy mean business. After their brilliant headline set at Field Day last month, last week you couldn’t switch on Radio 1 or 6 Music without being met with some kind of pre-Glastonbury Metronomy excitement building – Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq, Stuart Maconie, Liz Kershaw and Mary Anne Hobbs were all flying the Metronomy flag in face of the band’s forthcoming appearance at the UK’s flagship music festival, where they played two heroic sets.

Metronomy is the sole creation of singer, writer and producer and expert musician Joseph Mount. His band are: Oscar Cash (keys, sax, vox), Anna Prior (drums, vox), Gbenga Adelekan (vox, guitar).

Plus COURTNEY BARNETT

And NZCA LINES



Metronomy

Metronomy

COURTNEY BARNETT + NZCA LINES
Alexandra Palace
Friday 5 December 2014

We are very excited to announce Metronomy’s biggest London show to date at Alexandra Palace on Friday 5th December as part of a short UK tour (+ Manchester and Glasgow).

It’s been a busy six months since the release of ‘Love Letters’, the forth album from Joe Mount and his band. With their stunning stage production stepping up a notch, and their personal stage style looking more and more like entertainers in the truest sense of the word (the foursome give a nod to American vocal groups of the 60s and 70s in matching stage suits and Repetto shoes), Metronomy mean business. After their brilliant headline set at Field Day last month, last week you couldn’t switch on Radio 1 or 6 Music without being met with some kind of pre-Glastonbury Metronomy excitement building – Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq, Stuart Maconie, Liz Kershaw and Mary Anne Hobbs were all flying the Metronomy flag in face of the band’s forthcoming appearance at the UK’s flagship music festival, where they played two heroic sets.

Metronomy is the sole creation of singer, writer and producer and expert musician Joseph Mount. His band are: Oscar Cash (keys, sax, vox), Anna Prior (drums, vox), Gbenga Adelekan (vox, guitar).

Plus COURTNEY BARNETT

And NZCA LINES



Metronomy

Metronomy

COURTNEY BARNETT + NZCA LINES
Alexandra Palace
Friday 5 December 2014

We are very excited to announce Metronomy’s biggest London show to date at Alexandra Palace on Friday 5th December as part of a short UK tour (+ Manchester and Glasgow).

It’s been a busy six months since the release of ‘Love Letters’, the forth album from Joe Mount and his band. With their stunning stage production stepping up a notch, and their personal stage style looking more and more like entertainers in the truest sense of the word (the foursome give a nod to American vocal groups of the 60s and 70s in matching stage suits and Repetto shoes), Metronomy mean business. After their brilliant headline set at Field Day last month, last week you couldn’t switch on Radio 1 or 6 Music without being met with some kind of pre-Glastonbury Metronomy excitement building – Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq, Stuart Maconie, Liz Kershaw and Mary Anne Hobbs were all flying the Metronomy flag in face of the band’s forthcoming appearance at the UK’s flagship music festival, where they played two heroic sets.

Metronomy is the sole creation of singer, writer and producer and expert musician Joseph Mount. His band are: Oscar Cash (keys, sax, vox), Anna Prior (drums, vox), Gbenga Adelekan (vox, guitar).

Plus COURTNEY BARNETT

And NZCA LINES



Metronomy

Metronomy

COURTNEY BARNETT + NZCA LINES
Alexandra Palace
Friday 5 December 2014

We are very excited to announce Metronomy’s biggest London show to date at Alexandra Palace on Friday 5th December as part of a short UK tour (+ Manchester and Glasgow).

It’s been a busy six months since the release of ‘Love Letters’, the forth album from Joe Mount and his band. With their stunning stage production stepping up a notch, and their personal stage style looking more and more like entertainers in the truest sense of the word (the foursome give a nod to American vocal groups of the 60s and 70s in matching stage suits and Repetto shoes), Metronomy mean business. After their brilliant headline set at Field Day last month, last week you couldn’t switch on Radio 1 or 6 Music without being met with some kind of pre-Glastonbury Metronomy excitement building – Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq, Stuart Maconie, Liz Kershaw and Mary Anne Hobbs were all flying the Metronomy flag in face of the band’s forthcoming appearance at the UK’s flagship music festival, where they played two heroic sets.

Metronomy is the sole creation of singer, writer and producer and expert musician Joseph Mount. His band are: Oscar Cash (keys, sax, vox), Anna Prior (drums, vox), Gbenga Adelekan (vox, guitar).

Plus COURTNEY BARNETT

And NZCA LINES



Metronomy

Metronomy

COURTNEY BARNETT + NZCA LINES
Alexandra Palace
Friday 5 December 2014

We are very excited to announce Metronomy’s biggest London show to date at Alexandra Palace on Friday 5th December as part of a short UK tour (+ Manchester and Glasgow).

It’s been a busy six months since the release of ‘Love Letters’, the forth album from Joe Mount and his band. With their stunning stage production stepping up a notch, and their personal stage style looking more and more like entertainers in the truest sense of the word (the foursome give a nod to American vocal groups of the 60s and 70s in matching stage suits and Repetto shoes), Metronomy mean business. After their brilliant headline set at Field Day last month, last week you couldn’t switch on Radio 1 or 6 Music without being met with some kind of pre-Glastonbury Metronomy excitement building – Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq, Stuart Maconie, Liz Kershaw and Mary Anne Hobbs were all flying the Metronomy flag in face of the band’s forthcoming appearance at the UK’s flagship music festival, where they played two heroic sets.

Metronomy is the sole creation of singer, writer and producer and expert musician Joseph Mount. His band are: Oscar Cash (keys, sax, vox), Anna Prior (drums, vox), Gbenga Adelekan (vox, guitar).

Plus COURTNEY BARNETT

And NZCA LINES



Metronomy

Metronomy

COURTNEY BARNETT + NZCA LINES
Alexandra Palace
Friday 5 December 2014

We are very excited to announce Metronomy’s biggest London show to date at Alexandra Palace on Friday 5th December as part of a short UK tour (+ Manchester and Glasgow).

It’s been a busy six months since the release of ‘Love Letters’, the forth album from Joe Mount and his band. With their stunning stage production stepping up a notch, and their personal stage style looking more and more like entertainers in the truest sense of the word (the foursome give a nod to American vocal groups of the 60s and 70s in matching stage suits and Repetto shoes), Metronomy mean business. After their brilliant headline set at Field Day last month, last week you couldn’t switch on Radio 1 or 6 Music without being met with some kind of pre-Glastonbury Metronomy excitement building – Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq, Stuart Maconie, Liz Kershaw and Mary Anne Hobbs were all flying the Metronomy flag in face of the band’s forthcoming appearance at the UK’s flagship music festival, where they played two heroic sets.

Metronomy is the sole creation of singer, writer and producer and expert musician Joseph Mount. His band are: Oscar Cash (keys, sax, vox), Anna Prior (drums, vox), Gbenga Adelekan (vox, guitar).

Plus COURTNEY BARNETT

And NZCA LINES



Metronomy

Metronomy

COURTNEY BARNETT + NZCA LINES
Alexandra Palace
Friday 5 December 2014

We are very excited to announce Metronomy’s biggest London show to date at Alexandra Palace on Friday 5th December as part of a short UK tour (+ Manchester and Glasgow).

It’s been a busy six months since the release of ‘Love Letters’, the forth album from Joe Mount and his band. With their stunning stage production stepping up a notch, and their personal stage style looking more and more like entertainers in the truest sense of the word (the foursome give a nod to American vocal groups of the 60s and 70s in matching stage suits and Repetto shoes), Metronomy mean business. After their brilliant headline set at Field Day last month, last week you couldn’t switch on Radio 1 or 6 Music without being met with some kind of pre-Glastonbury Metronomy excitement building – Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq, Stuart Maconie, Liz Kershaw and Mary Anne Hobbs were all flying the Metronomy flag in face of the band’s forthcoming appearance at the UK’s flagship music festival, where they played two heroic sets.

Metronomy is the sole creation of singer, writer and producer and expert musician Joseph Mount. His band are: Oscar Cash (keys, sax, vox), Anna Prior (drums, vox), Gbenga Adelekan (vox, guitar).

Plus COURTNEY BARNETT

And NZCA LINES



Metronomy

Metronomy

COURTNEY BARNETT + NZCA LINES
Alexandra Palace
Friday 5 December 2014

We are very excited to announce Metronomy’s biggest London show to date at Alexandra Palace on Friday 5th December as part of a short UK tour (+ Manchester and Glasgow).

It’s been a busy six months since the release of ‘Love Letters’, the forth album from Joe Mount and his band. With their stunning stage production stepping up a notch, and their personal stage style looking more and more like entertainers in the truest sense of the word (the foursome give a nod to American vocal groups of the 60s and 70s in matching stage suits and Repetto shoes), Metronomy mean business. After their brilliant headline set at Field Day last month, last week you couldn’t switch on Radio 1 or 6 Music without being met with some kind of pre-Glastonbury Metronomy excitement building – Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq, Stuart Maconie, Liz Kershaw and Mary Anne Hobbs were all flying the Metronomy flag in face of the band’s forthcoming appearance at the UK’s flagship music festival, where they played two heroic sets.

Metronomy is the sole creation of singer, writer and producer and expert musician Joseph Mount. His band are: Oscar Cash (keys, sax, vox), Anna Prior (drums, vox), Gbenga Adelekan (vox, guitar).

Plus COURTNEY BARNETT

And NZCA LINES







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