South London indie quartet Palma Violets headline The Roadmender in Northampton on Tuesday.
The band is on a UK tour ahead of the release of their second album, Danger In The Club, which due out next month via Rough Trade.
Palma Violets comprise of bassist and vocalist Chilli Jenson, guitarist and vocalist Sam Fryer, keyboard player Peter Mayhew, and drummer Will Doyle.
Playing psychedelic tinged rock and roll, the band broke through into the alternative mainstream in 2012 when NME named their single, Best Of Friends its track of the year.
Their debut album 180 followed in early 2013 with the band playing across the UK.
The same year they appeared on the NME Awards Tour with Miles Kane, Django Django and Peace.
Ahead of the release of their new album, Palma Violets released the single English Tongue this month.
Palma Violets headline on Tuesday, April 28. Doors open at 7.30pm, tickets cost £12 in advance before fees.
Fellow Londoners Vant headline the venue next Friday.
The alternative quartet have enjoyed an incredible start to the year supporting the likes of Royal Blood, The Bohicas and Hinds and receiving extensive airplay from the likes of BBC Radio One and XFM. Their Roadmender gig marks the end of a UK tour which began in March with the band carrying on to play festivals across the UK.
Vant’s 85-second debut track Parasite is out now and their debut album later this year. They headline on Friday, May 1.
Doors open at 7pm, tickets cost £3 in advance before fees.
Tickets are also on sale for Irish four piece The Strypes who headline the venue on Thursday, May 7.
Doors open at 7.30pm and tickets cost £12.50 before fees.
New wave post punk legend Adam Ant headlines the venue on Saturday night.
Doors open at 7.30pm, tickets cost £24.50 in advance before fees.