This North London quartet promises to prove that guitar music is not dead.
If you need a reason as to why you should see indie darlings Wolf Alice in the flesh, they had to reschedule their performance at The Powerstation after their sophomore album Visions of a Life was shortlisted for the coverted Mercury Award for Album of the Year.
Featuring the songs 'Beautifully Unconventional', 'Don't Delete the Kisses' and 'Formidable Cool', the album was crowned one of the top three albums of the year for NME, Drowned in Sound and Q. Now performing 30 September, the quartet promise to prove that guitar music is not dead with all the nuanced nonchalance of a Britpop band in 1992. If you're keen to check out a group NME crowned 'Best Live Act' you can pick up tickets from Ticketmaster.