Due to the current climate and government restrictions black midi’s show at Queen Elizabeth Hall will no longer take place on 2nd May, but instead on 19th September. All existing tickets remain valid.
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Following the release of their long awaited debut album Schlagenheim in June this year, elusive experimental four-piece black midi come to Queen Elizabeth Hall in 2020. All under the age of 21, the band met at the Brit School and built their reputation through fierce, driven gigs at Brixton’s Windmill, before supporting Shame, performing at SXSW. Skilled vocalist/guitarist Geordie Greep, guitarist Matt Kwasniewski-Kelvin, bassist Cameron Picton and drummer Morgan Simpson produce a sound that is improvised, hypnotic, freeform and decidedly anti-pop. Their live shows have a reputation for being an unpredictable riot of prog rock experimentation and this brand new show is no exception, with details to be revealed on the night of the show. This is a one-off event not to miss.
Tickets £15 +bf
Queen Elizabeth Hall
Belvedere Rd, London, SE1 8XX