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The War on Drugs are ‘Thinking of a Place’: London

The War On Drugs are heading back to London.

The US band, who last performed in the capital at Brixton Academy in 2015, are scaling up to Alexandra Palace for their return visit on 14 November.

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Deftones bring ‘Gore’ to Alexandra Palace

Deftones are returning to London in support of their eighth album, ‘Gore’.

The band – who last hit the city in June when they headlined Wembley Arena.- play Alexandra Palace on 5 May.

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The Last Shadow Puppets share ‘Bad Habits’ with Alexandra Palace

The Last Shadow Puppets are playing two huge London shows at Alexandra Palace this summer.

Following their sold-out show at Hackney Empire on 1 April, Miles Kane and Alex Turner return to the capital on 15 and 16 July 2016.

The duo’s first live dates since 2008 support the release of their second album, ‘Everything You’ve Come To Expect’.

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Florence + The Machine heading back on tour

Florence + The Machine are keeping the momentum going. Just days after releasing their third album, ‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful’, the group have announced their return to the stage.

The 12 shows across the country, culminating in four nights at London’s Alexandra Palace, comprise their first full UK tour since March 2012.

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The National: You must be somewhere in London

The National | Alexandra Palace | 13 November 2013

Matt Berninger needs time to warm up. Dressed in suit and tie, the bearded-and-bespectacled National frontman looks like a socially awkward university lecturer as he nervously paces to-and-fro. The gulps of red wine from a plastic cup only reinforce the impression.

But by the encore he’s been swallowed up by the crowd, raging “Mr November, I won’t fuck us over” somewhere amongst the first few rows, without a thought for the roadie desperately wrangling the microphone cord.

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