One of the world’s most iconic drum & bass acts, Pendulum have announced their return for 2018, with a special live show taking place at esteemed London location, Printworks. The news will undoubtedly be welcomed by Pendulum’s legions of fans, with the band having hinted at a comeback by returning to the live stage last year, headlining the UK’s South West Four and Nass Festival.
Pendulum first released their debut album ‘Hold Your Colour’ in 2005, and, thanks to singles like ‘Tarantula’ and ‘Slam’, the album reached platinum status in the UK, catapulting the band into the limelight as the most exciting D&B act in the industry. Pendulum were able to maintain this momentum with follow up album ‘In Silico’ in 2008, which reached number #2 on the UK charts and featured the massive track ‘Propane Nightmares’ – the second of the act’s two UK top 10 singles.
Releasing ‘Immersion’ in 2010 continued the band’s success; they hit the coveted number #1 spot on the album chart and earned their highest charting single to date with ‘Watercolour’, peaking at number #4 on the UK charts. Followed up by ‘Witchcraft’, ‘The Island’ and ‘Crush’, the album eventually went platinum and Pendulum embarked on a full scale, world tour, playing two sold-out shows at London’s Wembley Arena and headline slots at some of the UK’s largest festivals including Glastonbury, T in the Park, Bestival, Download and Radio 1’s Big Weekend.
This exciting announcement marks the beginning of a new era for Pendulum, who have long been considered one of electronic music’s most important and pioneering acts, famed for their no-holds-barred live shows. The performance will take place on 14th April 2018, at the unique and iconic Printworks, the same location as Swedish producer & DJ Steve Angello’s UK performance (REVIEW) last November
Excited to announce that we'll be one of the first to perform in the new Live space at @Printworks_LDN! This one's going to be special..
Pre-sale tickets live Thursday 15th Feb at 9am. Sign up at: https://t.co/WeFRDjK2aN ✌️ pic.twitter.com/V1RX5RQ63d
— Pendulum (@Pendulum) February 12, 2018