The Horrors will join Evan Dando at the iconoclastic rock'n'rollers Brixton show
[b]The Jesus & Mary Chain[/b] have revealed that their second support, ahead of their London show this Friday (September 7).
Southend five-piece [b]The Horrors[/b] are to play at the recently reformed alt.rock band’s Brixton show.
This will be The Horrors first show in London, since a sold-out Coronet show in April. The band have just completed a massive tour of Japan and Australia as well as playing the Carling Festival. They are also to guest star in an episode of The Mighty Boosh – to be screened later this year.
As previously reported, The Lemonhead’s Evan Dando is also to appear as the J&MC’s special guest.
The Jesus & Mary Chain reformed earlier this year, after nine years disbanded, to play California’s Coachella Festival. They have since played festivals across Europe, as well as an appearance at Jarvis Cocker’s Meltdown at London’s Royal Festival Hall.
The band have also jsut confirmed some [b]US West Coast[/b] dates to start mid-October, with support from [b]Evan Dando[/b] and former Screaming Tree’s[b]Mark Lanegan[/b].
The set of dates will include shows at the House Of Blues in as Vegas and Anaheim, the Los Angeles Wiltern Theatre finishing with two nights at San Francisco’s Fillmore.
Check out what the Jesus & Mary Chain were like, at their only UK show so far this year (’til Friday) with Uncut.co.uk’s review from [b]Meltdown[/b] here.