Bloody Knees have announced their biggest London show to date, at the Underworld

The show will take place in October.
Bloody Knees have booked a big old show at London’s Underworld.

They will play the venue – their largest headliner in the capital to date – on 18th October, with tickets on sale now.

The band have spent much of this year on the road already, including a tour with Black Foxxes that saw their van robbed while in London.

“We are completely shocked and deeply saddened to say that on Friday night our tour van was broken into in Mile End, London, England,” they explained at the time.

“They stole absolutely everything we own and it’s taken us years to assemble. Not only that but we’re halfway through our first tour of Europe and don’t have the money to replace it.

“We’re devastated to be writing this and for having to reach out publicly for support, it’s not something we’d ever usually do but we don’t see any other options at this time.”

They’ve posted a long old list of everything that was stolen, and started a GoFundMe, which you can find here.

Listen to Bloody Knees’ recent EP ‘Maybe It’s Easy’ below.

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