Alabama Shakes return to the UK for headline London show

Alabama Shakes returned to the UK last night [May 3] for their first gig since storming into the Official UK Album Charts at No 3. The Athens, Alabama five-piece performed at London's Brixton Electric in their first UK show since their album Boys & Girls was released on April 9. They played a mixed set of songs from the album and some brand new tracks.

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Alabama Shakes returned to the UK last night [May 3] for their first gig since storming into the Official UK Album Charts at No 3.

The Athens, Alabama five-piece performed at London’s Brixton Electric in their first UK show since their album Boys & Girls was released on April 9. They played a mixed set of songs from the album and some brand new tracks.

Speaking to NME after the show, singer Brittany Howard said: “I think it went really, really well. Everyone was really awesome out in the crowd. It sounded good, it looked good. I’m happy about it”.

Alabama Shakes played:

‘Goin’ To The Party’
‘Making Me Itch’
‘Hold On’
‘Hang Loose’
‘Always Alright’
‘I Found You’
‘Rise To The Sun’
‘Boys & Girls’
‘Be Mine’
‘I Ain’t the Same’
‘You Ain’t Alone’
Worry’n Blues’
‘Mama’
‘Heavy Chevy’
‘On Your Way’
‘Heat Lightning’

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