405 Recommended Album Competition: Wild Nothing - 'Nocturne'
"He has shown us exactly how to follow up an impressive debut and keep improving. Expect this to be in many of the best album lists this year."[Read Full Review]
The '405 Recommended Album Competition' is a weekly look back at albums that we've recommended in our review section, and an opportunity for you nab yourself a copy.
For the first edition we decided to go with Nocturne by Wild Nothing, which was universally loved at 405 HQ.
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We'll pick a winner at random on October 11th.
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- Monday 29 October – Dublin – Vicar Street (supporting The Walkmen)
- Tuesday 30 October – Manchester – Ritz (supporting The Walkmen)
- Thursday 1 November – London – Forum (supporting The Walkmen)
- Wednesday 28 November – London – The Lexington
- Thursday 29 November – Leeds - Brudenell Social Club
- Friday 30 November – Glasgow – Stereo
- Saturday 1 December – Dublin – The Workman's Club
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