Django Django returning to Derry

Django Django will play the Nerve Centre on December 2. Photo: Fiona Garden.
Django Django will play the Nerve Centre on December 2. Photo: Fiona Garden.

British art rock band, Django Django, will bring their ‘Born Under Saturn’ tour to the Nerve Centre, on December 2.

It’s one of only two Irish dates on their world tour and tickets are sure to sell out quick.

The acclaimed eclectic psychedelic quartet featuring Derry man, Vincent Neff on lead vocals, return to Derry more than three years on from their Mercury Prize-nominated debut album which Q described as “consistently mind-melting and often brilliant” and Mojo described as “gloriously, unpredictably new”.

The album quickly catapulted Django Django to a level of success and attention that they’d never imagined in their wildest dreams from tiny back rooms in the UK, to slots near the top of festival bills across the globe.

Django Django released their second album, ‘Born Under Saturn’ earlier this year to widespread critical acclaim. Their lysergically-warped mood and songwriting quality is intact, but there are now added house music influences.

Support acts at this unmissable gig include Stealing Sheep. Somewhere in style between War Paint and Metronomy and past Peaking Lights, Stealing Sheep produce a silky blend of psychedelic synthpop that doesn’t seem to be tied to any particular era, but full of hazy, uber-cool sounds laced with super-sweet female harmonies.

Tickets priced £16.50 + bookin fee are on sale now at The Nerve Centre Box Office and online at WeGotTickets.com