Get your teacups ready, watch some rugby and enjoy the tunes of some of your favorite British performers for L.A.'s BritWeek! In honor of the citywide celebration of all things British, we're giving away five pairs of tickets to see Allo Darlin' at the Echoplex on May 5th.
In order to win tickets, Like the official KCET page on Facebook and leave a comment saying that you want to attend the show. A winner will be picked randomly on Thursday, April 26th, a week before the show.
More about Allo Darlin':
Allo Darlin' is the music of Australian-born, London-based songwriter Elizabeth Morris. Originally from a country town in Queensland, Elizabeth moved to London in 2005 and, inspired to write songs by her purchase of a ukulele from the famous Duke of Uke shop in Brick Lane, began to make music. Although she has been releasing music under various guises since 2007, it wasn't until 2009 that she hooked up with Paul Rains (guitar), Bill Botting (bass) and Michael Collins (drums) and Allo Darlin' was properly born.
Early in 2009, Allo Darlin' cut their first single, Henry Rollins Don't Dance, which received glowing reviews in places such as the Metro, The Fly and The Guardian, the latter calling it "the best indiepop song for years". The band's single that followed, The Polaroid Song, was named as one of Drowned In Sound's Top 50 singles of 2009, while their latest single Dreaming was voted Single Of The Week by Jarvis Cocker, Peter Hook and Huw Stephens on Steve Lamacq's BBC 6music round table (beating MGMT, The Radio Dept. and Kate Nash in the process!).
Find ticket giveaways for other BritWeek performances here.