The Afghan Whigs announce London show
The Afghan Whigs have announced they'll be playing a one-off show in London this Summer.
The band are set to play Koko on August 19th, and with their recent performance at ATP’s I'll Be Your Mirror proving that their reformation was worth the wait, we expect tickets to sell-out pretty fast.
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