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Sparks To Play London In Celebration Of Kimono My House’s 40th Anniversary

Sparks to play Kimono My House in full in London

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One of the electro -pops most influential albums Kimono My House reaches its 40th anniversary this year and to celebrate Sparks are playing a one off London concert.

The synth-duo have famously influenced the world of pop for over five decades with massive hits such as ‘This Town’s Not Big Enough For The Both Of Us’ and ‘Number One Song In Heaven’. So fans of the Mael brothers  will be more than excited to have the chance to see them play London’s Barbican on December 19th.  They will play the album in its entirety with help from Heritage Orchestra.The album featured the ‘Amateur Hour and ‘This Town’s Not Big Enough For The Both Of Us’ and was the duos commercial breakthrough on its release in 1974.

Tickets go on sale Friday 19th of July and are available here.

Watch the band perform This Town’s Not Big Enough For The Both Of Us’ here :

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