Changes to illion’s London Show: This Sunday 17th at Shepherd’s Bush Empire

You might remember us being quite excited about this before: illion – the solo project of Yojiro Noda, frontman of RADWIMPS – will be hitting the maginificent London Shepherd’s Bush Empire this Sunday March 17th.
However, there have been some alterations to the original show we posted about here. After being cancelled for a whole 48 hours, the show was reannounced by London club This Feeling. Don’t panic, it’s still going to be in the same place, at the same time. However, please be aware that tickets for the original show are no longer valid and if you have one you must seek a refund from your point of purchace.

This Feeling have also brough in The Rifles, London’s finest indie rockers, to play an accoustic support set, which promises to make a good night even better.

Tickets for the new show; This Feeling Presents Illion, are available here for just £10.

We were worried for a moment when we saw CANCELLED, but it seems they only cancelled it to make it better – more music, more fun and a cheaper ticket!

illion’s first album UBU is available in the UK now, find it here on Amazon. Get yourself ready for the weekend by watching the music video for the brilliant first single MAHOROBA below.

Related Stories:
illion MAHOROBA Single and PV Out Now, UBU Available for Pre-Order


About Chriss
Formed almost entirely of glitter and hairspray, Chriss has been a music addict since she first dicovered Japanese rock music a great many years ago. An enthusiastic fashion addict, she has written research on the relationships between music and fashion in Japan and continues to expand on it with as many trips to Japanese music events as she can afford.

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