Lo-Fang is set to play his maiden UK live shows next week. Having spent most of the Spring in his native USA on tour with Lorde as well as his own headline shows, Lo-Fang will be joining Lorde on stage once more for her debut London shows at Shepherd's Bush Empire and Brixton Academy. He will also appear on the Crack magazine stage at Field Day festival.
Thursday 5th - LONDON, Shepherd's Bush Empire (w/ Lorde)
Friday 6th - LONDON, Brixton Academy (w/ Lorde)
Saturday 7th - LONDON, Field Day (Crack magazine stage)
Lo-Fang is the brainchild of LA-based musician Matthew Hemerlein. Classically trained in violin, cello, bass, piano and guitar, Lo-Fang's album debut Blue Film was released at the beginning of this year. A rich blend of classical, R&B and electronic music, it was written and recorded travels between Cambodia, London and Nashville and completed at LA's Capitol Studios with Grammy Award winning producer Francois Tetaz.
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