Demand high for Fenech-Soler tickets
Music fans looking for Fenech-Soler tickets may have to move quickly as demand is high for the band's forthcoming London show.
The four-piece from Kings Cliffe, Northamptonshire, were originally formed in 2006 and have received praise for their innovate compositions and remixes on both sides of the Atlantic ever since.
Set to perform at London's iconic Koko Camden venue on March 31st 2011, fans with rock and pop tickets will hear them play tracks from their debut self-titled album, such as the singles The Cult of Romance and Lies.
The group were recently listed in Data Transmission's top 40 albums of the year in 13th place, coming ahead of acts including Faithless and Hot Chip.
Noted for their "excellent song writing, powerful vocals and massive riffs on every track", the website concluded that they produced "feel-good music for the recessionary era".
They have also been signed up to take part in 2011's HMV Next Best Thing tour, which helped to launch the careers of Ellie Goulding and Marina and the Diamonds earlier this year.
By Jemma Howard
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