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Mogwai Have Announced A London Headline Show For 2022

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The Scottish group released their 10th studio album ‘As The Love Continues’ back in February, going on to score their first-ever UK Number One with the project. In celebration of achieving the feat, they later confirmed a special homecoming show for November.

Earlier today (June 22), Mogwai took to social media to announce that they will return to London on February 25, 2022 to perform at Alexandra Palace.

Earlier this year, ‘As The Love Continues’ was named as one of NME‘s best lockdown albums. “It doesn’t define our current predicament so much as provide much-needed escapism from it,” our round-up read.

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Mogwai Have Announced A London Headline Show For 2022

The Scottish group released their 10th studio album ‘As The Love Continues’ back in February, going on to score their first-ever UK Number One with the project. In celebration of achieving the feat, they later confirmed a special homecoming show for November.

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Earlier today (June 22), Mogwai took to social media to announce that they will return to London on February 25, 2022 to perform at Alexandra Palace.

Earlier this year, ‘As The Love Continues’ was named as one of NME‘s best lockdown albums. “It doesn’t define our current predicament so much as provide much-needed escapism from it,” our round-up read.

NME‘s Damian Jones also said that the record would work “so much better in a live setting” in a three-star review.

 

Back in April, Mogwai shared an archival music video for their single ‘Ceiling Granny’. The clip was filmed and edited by filmmaker and skateboarder Jon Miner, and features images from his own archives dating back to 1995, the year of Mogwai’s formation.

NME‘s Damian Jones also said that the record would work “so much better in a live setting” in a three-star review.

Back in April, Mogwai shared an archival music video for their single ‘Ceiling Granny’. The clip was filmed and edited by filmmaker and skateboarder Jon Miner, and features images from his own archives dating back to 1995, the year of Mogwai’s formation.

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