New Zealand's guitar and keyboard-based rock band The Chills will play live at KOKO on 8 June.
With early releases via the legendary NZ label Flying Nun, The Chills produced a number of critically acclaimed records such as the single "Pink Frost" (their first hit) from the album 'Kaleidoscope World' and the LP 'Brave Words'. They made their first foray on to a major label by signing to Warners subsidiary Slash in 1988 after relocating to London.
They released the album 'Submarine Bells' in 1990, where their single, "Heavenly Pop Hit" garnered much international praise and press. The band returned to NZ as national heroes and proceeded to release several more albums including 'Soft Bomb' and 'Sunburnt'. With a few years hiatus due to health problems, Martin picked up The Chills again in 1999 and throughout the 00's playing shows around the world and reaching a wider audience and gaining a cult following.
Tickets available at KOKO's ticketing link or follow the "Attend" button on this page.
Tickets from 22 GBP, age 18 and over.
Doors open at 7pm.