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it’s hot. And yes, it’s going to get hotter next week. But here’s an idea…instead of sitting in your steaming flat complaining about the fact that your housemates back sweat is staining the couch and shoveling down the Calippo you fought off a child in Tesco, why don’t you go and see some amazing music, hydrate yourself with alcohol and rub up against some equally sweaty strangers?

New Build, comprising of Al Doyle from LCD Soundsystem, Felix Martin from Hot Chip and electronic whiz Tom Hopkins, are playing their first London gig in a year so if you’re looking to impress with your indie music know-how, this is the gig to be at. Launching their new single ‘False Thing’, the trio are playing Concrete in Shoreditch on Tuesday 23rd July.

If that’s not enough to tear you away from spending the night sitting in your fridge, hopefully the fact that support comes in DJ form of Chris Baio, bassist in Vampire Weekend will be. Along with the opportunity to witness the very first live performance from Technology and Teamwork, featuring Sarah Jones from Hot Chip and New Young Pony Club.

Tickets are available here and frankly we’re so excited about this gig, We’re starting to develop a heat rash.