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SPECIAL GUESTS
Royal Festival Hall
Thursday 5 March 2015

£17.50 - 22.50 ADVANCE

The celebrated tUnE-yArDs bring their live experience to Royal Festival Hall on the back of their latest album ‘Nikki Nack’.

Merrill Garbus has performed as tUnE-yArDs since 2009, and that band name has always been synonymous with forward movement – whether because of her explosive performance style or the always-surprising way in which her songs unfold.

After the success of the 2011 album W H O K I L L – it made the number one spot on the Village Voice’s 2011 Pazz and Jop poll – Nikki Nack, released in May, is brilliantly playful. It more than matches its jump-rope-chant title, with some tracks produced by Malay (Frank Ocean, Alicia Keys, Big Boi) and John Hill (Rihanna, Shakira, M.I.A.).

The tUnE-yArDs live experience is showcasing a new set-up. One that reflects their new album’s move away from sax and more towards drums, heavy bass and synth.

‘Nikki Nack distills and intensifies what makes tUnE-yArDs so unique and fearless.’ (Billboard)



Tune Yards

Tune Yards

SPECIAL GUESTS
Royal Festival Hall
Thursday 5 March 2015

£17.50 - 22.50 ADVANCE

The celebrated tUnE-yArDs bring their live experience to Royal Festival Hall on the back of their latest album ‘Nikki Nack’.

Merrill Garbus has performed as tUnE-yArDs since 2009, and that band name has always been synonymous with forward movement – whether because of her explosive performance style or the always-surprising way in which her songs unfold.

After the success of the 2011 album W H O K I L L – it made the number one spot on the Village Voice’s 2011 Pazz and Jop poll – Nikki Nack, released in May, is brilliantly playful. It more than matches its jump-rope-chant title, with some tracks produced by Malay (Frank Ocean, Alicia Keys, Big Boi) and John Hill (Rihanna, Shakira, M.I.A.).

The tUnE-yArDs live experience is showcasing a new set-up. One that reflects their new album’s move away from sax and more towards drums, heavy bass and synth.

‘Nikki Nack distills and intensifies what makes tUnE-yArDs so unique and fearless.’ (Billboard)



Tune Yards

Tune Yards

SPECIAL GUESTS
Royal Festival Hall
Thursday 5 March 2015

£17.50 - 22.50 ADVANCE

The celebrated tUnE-yArDs bring their live experience to Royal Festival Hall on the back of their latest album ‘Nikki Nack’.

Merrill Garbus has performed as tUnE-yArDs since 2009, and that band name has always been synonymous with forward movement – whether because of her explosive performance style or the always-surprising way in which her songs unfold.

After the success of the 2011 album W H O K I L L – it made the number one spot on the Village Voice’s 2011 Pazz and Jop poll – Nikki Nack, released in May, is brilliantly playful. It more than matches its jump-rope-chant title, with some tracks produced by Malay (Frank Ocean, Alicia Keys, Big Boi) and John Hill (Rihanna, Shakira, M.I.A.).

The tUnE-yArDs live experience is showcasing a new set-up. One that reflects their new album’s move away from sax and more towards drums, heavy bass and synth.

‘Nikki Nack distills and intensifies what makes tUnE-yArDs so unique and fearless.’ (Billboard)



Tune Yards

Tune Yards

SPECIAL GUESTS
Royal Festival Hall
Thursday 5 March 2015

£17.50 - 22.50 ADVANCE

The celebrated tUnE-yArDs bring their live experience to Royal Festival Hall on the back of their latest album ‘Nikki Nack’.

Merrill Garbus has performed as tUnE-yArDs since 2009, and that band name has always been synonymous with forward movement – whether because of her explosive performance style or the always-surprising way in which her songs unfold.

After the success of the 2011 album W H O K I L L – it made the number one spot on the Village Voice’s 2011 Pazz and Jop poll – Nikki Nack, released in May, is brilliantly playful. It more than matches its jump-rope-chant title, with some tracks produced by Malay (Frank Ocean, Alicia Keys, Big Boi) and John Hill (Rihanna, Shakira, M.I.A.).

The tUnE-yArDs live experience is showcasing a new set-up. One that reflects their new album’s move away from sax and more towards drums, heavy bass and synth.

‘Nikki Nack distills and intensifies what makes tUnE-yArDs so unique and fearless.’ (Billboard)



Tune Yards

Tune Yards

SPECIAL GUESTS
Royal Festival Hall
Thursday 5 March 2015

£17.50 - 22.50 ADVANCE

The celebrated tUnE-yArDs bring their live experience to Royal Festival Hall on the back of their latest album ‘Nikki Nack’.

Merrill Garbus has performed as tUnE-yArDs since 2009, and that band name has always been synonymous with forward movement – whether because of her explosive performance style or the always-surprising way in which her songs unfold.

After the success of the 2011 album W H O K I L L – it made the number one spot on the Village Voice’s 2011 Pazz and Jop poll – Nikki Nack, released in May, is brilliantly playful. It more than matches its jump-rope-chant title, with some tracks produced by Malay (Frank Ocean, Alicia Keys, Big Boi) and John Hill (Rihanna, Shakira, M.I.A.).

The tUnE-yArDs live experience is showcasing a new set-up. One that reflects their new album’s move away from sax and more towards drums, heavy bass and synth.

‘Nikki Nack distills and intensifies what makes tUnE-yArDs so unique and fearless.’ (Billboard)



Tune Yards

Tune Yards

SPECIAL GUESTS
Royal Festival Hall
Thursday 5 March 2015

£17.50 - 22.50 ADVANCE

The celebrated tUnE-yArDs bring their live experience to Royal Festival Hall on the back of their latest album ‘Nikki Nack’.

Merrill Garbus has performed as tUnE-yArDs since 2009, and that band name has always been synonymous with forward movement – whether because of her explosive performance style or the always-surprising way in which her songs unfold.

After the success of the 2011 album W H O K I L L – it made the number one spot on the Village Voice’s 2011 Pazz and Jop poll – Nikki Nack, released in May, is brilliantly playful. It more than matches its jump-rope-chant title, with some tracks produced by Malay (Frank Ocean, Alicia Keys, Big Boi) and John Hill (Rihanna, Shakira, M.I.A.).

The tUnE-yArDs live experience is showcasing a new set-up. One that reflects their new album’s move away from sax and more towards drums, heavy bass and synth.

‘Nikki Nack distills and intensifies what makes tUnE-yArDs so unique and fearless.’ (Billboard)



Tune Yards

Tune Yards

SPECIAL GUESTS
Royal Festival Hall
Thursday 5 March 2015

£17.50 - 22.50 ADVANCE

The celebrated tUnE-yArDs bring their live experience to Royal Festival Hall on the back of their latest album ‘Nikki Nack’.

Merrill Garbus has performed as tUnE-yArDs since 2009, and that band name has always been synonymous with forward movement – whether because of her explosive performance style or the always-surprising way in which her songs unfold.

After the success of the 2011 album W H O K I L L – it made the number one spot on the Village Voice’s 2011 Pazz and Jop poll – Nikki Nack, released in May, is brilliantly playful. It more than matches its jump-rope-chant title, with some tracks produced by Malay (Frank Ocean, Alicia Keys, Big Boi) and John Hill (Rihanna, Shakira, M.I.A.).

The tUnE-yArDs live experience is showcasing a new set-up. One that reflects their new album’s move away from sax and more towards drums, heavy bass and synth.

‘Nikki Nack distills and intensifies what makes tUnE-yArDs so unique and fearless.’ (Billboard)



Tune Yards

Tune Yards

SPECIAL GUESTS
Royal Festival Hall
Thursday 5 March 2015

£17.50 - 22.50 ADVANCE

The celebrated tUnE-yArDs bring their live experience to Royal Festival Hall on the back of their latest album ‘Nikki Nack’.

Merrill Garbus has performed as tUnE-yArDs since 2009, and that band name has always been synonymous with forward movement – whether because of her explosive performance style or the always-surprising way in which her songs unfold.

After the success of the 2011 album W H O K I L L – it made the number one spot on the Village Voice’s 2011 Pazz and Jop poll – Nikki Nack, released in May, is brilliantly playful. It more than matches its jump-rope-chant title, with some tracks produced by Malay (Frank Ocean, Alicia Keys, Big Boi) and John Hill (Rihanna, Shakira, M.I.A.).

The tUnE-yArDs live experience is showcasing a new set-up. One that reflects their new album’s move away from sax and more towards drums, heavy bass and synth.

‘Nikki Nack distills and intensifies what makes tUnE-yArDs so unique and fearless.’ (Billboard)



Tune Yards

Tune Yards

SPECIAL GUESTS
Royal Festival Hall
Thursday 5 March 2015

£17.50 - 22.50 ADVANCE

The celebrated tUnE-yArDs bring their live experience to Royal Festival Hall on the back of their latest album ‘Nikki Nack’.

Merrill Garbus has performed as tUnE-yArDs since 2009, and that band name has always been synonymous with forward movement – whether because of her explosive performance style or the always-surprising way in which her songs unfold.

After the success of the 2011 album W H O K I L L – it made the number one spot on the Village Voice’s 2011 Pazz and Jop poll – Nikki Nack, released in May, is brilliantly playful. It more than matches its jump-rope-chant title, with some tracks produced by Malay (Frank Ocean, Alicia Keys, Big Boi) and John Hill (Rihanna, Shakira, M.I.A.).

The tUnE-yArDs live experience is showcasing a new set-up. One that reflects their new album’s move away from sax and more towards drums, heavy bass and synth.

‘Nikki Nack distills and intensifies what makes tUnE-yArDs so unique and fearless.’ (Billboard)







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