Idles are ‘doing’ a pop up art exhibition for charity

It'll take place around the release of their new album next month.

Idles have announced a pop up art exhibition, to raise money for Samaritans.

Open for two days (30th and 31st August) and curated by the band, it’ll feature 18 pieces of work, including one by former king Maccabee, Orlando Weeks.

It comes at the same time the band release their much anticipated second album, ‘Joy as an Act of Resistance’, which is set to drop on 31st August.

The exhibition will be held at HM Electrics Gallery, 65 Nile Street, London N1 7RD between 12pm and 8pm on both days. Entry will be free, with artwork on display available to buy. All proceeds witll go to the Samaritans charity.

The full list of artists announced reads:

Orlando Weeks
Nigel Talbot
Tao Lapsley
Russell Oliver
Robin Stewart
Tom Ham
Dapper Signs
Chris Nicholls
Ed Barrett
Beth Cater

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