LNSource: On Next Week (22nd-28th May)

Written by Megan Snell / May 19, 2017

Fancy seeing some of the very best new live music next week? Rally the troops and grab tickets to see this lovely lot...

San Fermin: Monday 22nd May at Village Underground, London

Hailing from Brooklyn, this baroque-pop ensemble have opened for the likes of The National, St Vincent, Arctic Monkeys and alt-J. Their recently-released third album ‘Belong’ saw bandleader Ellie Ludwig-Leone’s most personal songwriting to date, and we just know it’s going to sound incredible live.


Astrid S: Tuesday 23rd May at Scala, London

A household name in her native Norway, noir-pop songstress Astrid S generated a huge buzz in 2016 with her catchy banger ‘Hurts So Good’, taken from her highly-acclaimed self-titled debut EP. Since then, Astrid’s continued her steady rise with collaborations with everyone from Avicii to Shawn Mendes, and is gearing up to release her follow up EP ‘Party’s Over’ this spring.


Olympia: Tuesday 23rd May at The Lock Tavern, London

Olivia Bartley, aka Olympia, released her debut album ‘Self Talk’ in 2016, nabbing an ARIA nomination and shortlisting for the Australian Music Prize along the way. Now, Olympia’s bringing her synth-pop sounds to UK shores for an intimate Camden headliner.


CROOX: Thursday 25th May at Old Blue Last, London

UK collective CROOX have been compared to the likes of James Blake, Jack Garratt and The Weeknd for their minimal, electronic hip-pop. With a string of sold-out headline show under their belt, a bunch of festival slots lined up for 2017, and fresh new single ‘Loyal‘ out now, these guys are a hot ticket.


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