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Stats + Park Hotel + La Roux (DJ)

GBP 6.00


Nov 21 2016 19:30 - 23:00



London funk punks Stats and Park Hotel have put together a special Lexington show launching Stats’ debut album ‘Temping’. Elly Jackson of La Roux, who sang on Stats’ debut EP ‘Where Is The Money’, and whose song ‘Cruel Sexuality’ Stats remixed in turn, will be DJing rare disco.


“the slinky-sexy halfway point between Bowie, Talking Heads, early Duran Duran, and Clor” - Noisey

Stats are a minimal-maximal pop band of five people in London, led by Ed Seed (musician with La Roux, Dua Lipa). The band are launching ‘TEMPING’, a nine-song dance-punk debut LP, about private parties and ring roads and unwanted babies. Cassette tape albums with download codes will be sold exclusively at this night.

“Stats are good at invoking edge and nervous tension and turning these sensations into catchy pop. This is superb” - Guardian

“inventive and insightful” - Wonderland

“A smart band of never-before seen colours” - The 405

PARK HOTEL are an immaculate dance act. Tim Abbey and Rebecca Marcos-Roca are a post- electronic studio duo that becomes a six-piece neo-funk band live. They’re going public with first release ‘Gone As A Friend’ in February 2017, following feverishly-received London debut shows.


The best indie, new wave, post-punk and leftfield pop every Friday night at the Lexington. Plus gigs and special parties!


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