Gothic Lolita Duo Die Milch to Make a Splash in London This Sunday

diemilch1Gothic Lolita twosome Die Milch (German for ‘the milk’) will be making their London debut on Sunday 8 December 2013 as part of Milk Tea Day UK, a day dedicated to, well, Milk Tea – and everything associated with it, which is apparently all things kawaii.

The Milk Day event itself is free entry and takes place at the rather beautiful Nave venue between Hackney and Islington, London from 2-4pm. Then from 5pm will be Die Milch’s concert. Entry is £20 for standing, £26 for seating – tickets are available by clicking here.

Die Milch claim to be gothic dolls that aim to make people happy through the medium of music. With Coco providing joy on vocals and keyboard and Jasmine providing violin, the pair hope to gain new fans in the UK, regardless of lactose tolerance. Check them out in advance on their Facebook page, Twitter or their pretty pastel homepage.

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