Alt/pop band Carpark have just announced their biggest headline show to date, at London’s iconic Moth Club! Taking place on 26th April, this show gives fans the opportunity to see the trio perform tracks from their latest EP live for the first time, up close and personal. TICKETS ON SALE NOW HERE

The band have said of the milestone, “This will be our biggest headline show ever – Moth Club is such an iconic venue. They’ve had some legendary nights including surprise sets from Dave Grohl and Lady Gaga, which is insane. We want to create a really special show for our fans that pushes us out of our comfort zone, and Moth Club will give us the space to do that.”

Carpark supported indie/rock icons, The Libertines last month. They joined the band at Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff, and at The Drill in Lincoln. Carpark more recently supported Indoor Pets at a sold out show at The Grace, in London. They wrapped up last year headlining a packed-out, high-energy show at London’s Lower Third. Having only played their first live show as Carpark three years ago in a friend’s garage, Sophie, Hattie and Lauren have been cutting their teeth on the live scene, and are quickly becoming everyone’s new favourite band. They have supported the likes of Lauren Hibberd, Kelsy Karter and Beth McCarthy, plus have played festivals such as 2000 Trees and Barn On The Farm.

Carpark recently released their highly-anticipated EP, Born To Be Average. Spanning 5 tracks, the EP features the ethereal stand out single, Happy On Mars which was Nels Hylton’s Future Flavour Of The Week over on his BBC Radio 1 Future Alternative show, the fast-paced and energetic MIA which received its first radio spin over on Alyx Holcombe’s BBC Radio 1 show, and Suburbs Of Hell,which has had several plays on Jack Saunders’ BBC Radio 1 show, plus the title track and Blow Me Outta The Water.

Speaking about the EP, the band add: “Born To Be Average introduces the new era of Carpark with heavy rock and even some dance elements, but we also have a ballad that pays homage to earlier Carpark, and a song that is so undeniably inspired by the pop/punk influences we grew up on.”

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