Loka - Live in Liverpool & London in November

Loka - Live in Liverpool & London in November

Loka will return to the live arena with two shows in November, in support of their upcoming album Passing Place.

First up is a show at Liverpool's Kazimier on 24 November, with DJ Food and 2econd Class Citizen in support - tickets available here.

This is followed on 30 November with a show at London's Queen of Hoxton, with 2econd Class Citizen in support - tickets available here.

Both shows will feature a full 8-piece band.

Passing Place will be released 28 November. The single Temporary External is released 21 November, and is available to pre-order now from the Ninjashop and iTunes.



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