Skinny Pelembe and Black Country, New Road to perform at Climate Music Blowout

Kam-Bu, IDER, Léa Sen and more have also been announced for the all-day event, which takes place at Hackney venue EartH this Sunday (17 October).

Black Country, New Road, Skinny Pelembe, Steam Down and Porridge Radio will perform at the first-ever Climate Music Blowout event in London this weekend.

Taking place at Hackney multi-arts space EartH, Sunday’s event will include a day of free-to-attend discussion on how the UK music industry can better respond to the climate emergency, followed by an evening of live music.

A slew of special guests have been unveiled, with local rising star Kam-Bu, recent Joy Orbison collaborator Léa Sen, and IDER among the new names announced for the show. They’ll join Black Country, New Road – who announced their second album, Ants From Up There, yesterday –  for a one-off performance “based around an improvisation game of the band’s design”. PVA, David Wrench, Ethan P Flynn and Max Winter will also take the stage alongside Black Country, New Road. 

Elsewhere, Goat Girl will DJ the event, while Jessica Winter take on the role of compère.

Tickets for the evening show are on sale now. Find out more at Climate Music Blowout here and listen back to Skinny Pelembe’s Sunday Mix below.