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Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes to play a tiny show

There are only 60 tickets, but they are free.

Punk icon Frank Carter will be bringing his Rattlesnakes to London for a very special live show. The band will perform at Dr Martens’ Boot Room in Camden Market to a crowd of just 60 people.

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes released their sophomore album Modern Ruin, which debuted at No.7 on the UK Album Chart in January 2017. The record followed their breakthrough debut Blossom, which dropped in August 2015.

Last year saw the band take to stages at Glastonbury Festival, Reading and Leeds, Rock Werchter and many more. They also performed a triumphant headline show at London’s O2 Academy Brixton.

 

“We love small gigs, we love Camden and we love DMs,” Frank Carter says of the very special intimate gig. “This show is going to be the perfect combination of all 3! Its also possibly the most intimate full band Rattlesnakes gig in the band’s history, so you are in for a wild night.”

DM’s Boot Room has previously hosted the likes of art rockers Warpaint, Irish sensation Rejjie Snow, rising indie band Shames, and electropop wonder Shura.

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes will take to DM’s Boot Room on the 10 March 2018 for a one-of-a-kind set, with tickets available for the 60 capacity gig by registering here.

Fans can also register for tickets for a very special Inheaven show in the same venue.

Register here for your chance for an up-close view of Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes on the 10 March 2018. Follow Frank on Ticketmaster.co.uk to be one of the first to know when he announces more headline shows.

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