Some Velvet Morning return to our Studio Theatre this June, following two previous sell-out appearances at the Roundhouse.

The band first came to the attention of the music press with their 2007 debut album, Silence Will Kill You which was nominated for XFM Album of the Year.

The album comprised of some punchy, potent pop-rock, produced by Grammy Award winner Rik Simpson (who notably worked on Coldplay’s Viva La Vida album with Brian Eno) and Mike Pelanconi (Lily Allen, Graham Coxon).

Following radio success in the UK and France, ‘How To Start A Revolution’, taken from the band’s second album Allies, recently featured in Irvine Welsh’s Filth and is set to appear as the main title for a new feature Two Days In the Smoke, starring Matt Di’Angelo from BBC’s Hustle.

Some Velvet Morning will debut material from their third album at the show, mooted for release in the summer of 2014.