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American indie rockers Slow Pulp concluded their 2024 European tour in style on Thursday evening in London, England with their biggest ever headlining show at Camden’s KOKO. The group is still touring for their latest studio album titled “Yard” which was relased last year in 2023. Fans filled all three floors of the historic venue, belting the lyrics to tracks such as “Falling Apart” and “Yard” to the delight of the band. This was a well-deserved response to a fantastic hour-long set of mesmerizing music. Supporting Slow Pulp were Edinburgh based duo No Windows, who captured the attention of the crowd with a wonderful set of indie tunes from their new EP “Point Nemo”. Unfortunately the London trip was less kind to band member Morgan’s guitar, which lost its head in transit and was displayed at the front of the stage for all to see.

For the fans that haven’t had a chance to see Slow Pulp perform live yet or for those who attended the show that want to re-live the magic, you can check out the below photo gallery from June 20th at KOKO in London, England. To stay up to date on Slow Pulp with new tour announcements and more photos you can follow the band on Instagram @SlowPulpBand.

Article & Photos By Harry Bridger (@harrywiththecamera)