British born band Friendly Fires will play at The Engine Shed in November. The band, who are originally from St Albans, first met at school when they were 14 and released their second album ‘Pala’ earlier this month.
The band, who was nominated for a Mercury music prize back in 2009, will perform at the venue on the November 22nd. This is part of their full UK tour which will see them visit venues across the country.
Currently the band are touring America and Europe before returning to the UK for the festival season where they are performing at a number of major festivals this summer including Glastonbury, T in the Park and Leeds and Reading.
They have already performed at the Engine Shed in 2009 when they played there as part of the NME Shockwaves tour alongside Florence and the Machine, Glasvegas and White Lies.
Tickets for the show go on sale on Friday, May 27th at 9am and are priced at £16 plus booking fees. For more information visit the Engine Shed’s website.Tweet