The band will take to the Clapham Grand on December 19, with help coming from Ferris & Sylvester and DJ Rowena Alice.
“This shall be an intimate, socially-distanced seated present with stage entry,” the band wrote on Twitter, asserting the gig.
Tickets for the present go on sale on Wednesday (December 2) at 9am GMT by way of DICE. Get full particulars on the gig here.
? CHRISTMAS SHOW ALERT ?
Sat nineteenth Dec @TheGrandClapham
— Thriller Jets (@mysteryjets) November 30, 2020
South London venue Clapham Grand hosted Frank Turner for a government-backed trial show again in July, though supervisor Ally Wolf later admitted that the pilot “did not succeed” in providing a blueprint for the return of live music within the coronavirus period.
“The Clapham Grand is an extremely versatile area,” Wolf added. “I can promote 200 desk tickets for a present and make it work for reside music, comedy, drag, motion pictures… A number of occasion codecs match within the venue due to the character of its design.
“It’s actually essential for the venue to have the ability to convey the business onside as a result of I need to convey concert events again. In any other case I’d simply burn half 1,000,000 kilos and are available again in Easter, by which level there shall be no venue to return again to and all the pieces could have dropped off a cliff.”
Thriller Jets launched their newest album ‘A Billion Heartbeats’ in April. “With protest songs and celebrations of the NHS all a part of their new id, it’s a wildly profitable tackle the world at massive because the band enter a brand new decade,” NME wrote of the album in a four-star review.
Earlier on this summer season, the band launched a new podcast series with company together with Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien and Idles’ Joe Talbot and subjects starting from justice for the households affected by the Grenfell Tower blaze, racial and sophistication discrimination in Britain and homelessness to dependancy, poisonous masculinity, the NHS and psychological well being within the digital age.