Lily Allen will perform her new single 'Hard Out Here' live for the first time tonight (14.11.13) at the Red Bull Revolutions in Sound event at the London Eye.
Lily Allen is to play her new track 'Hard Out Here' live for the first time in London tonight (14.11.13).
The 28-year-old star will perform her new single at the Red Bull Revolutions in Sound event at the London Eye, as well as alongside Mark Ronson in the structure's Yo Yo pod, and Mark can't wait to team up with the 'Smile' hitmaker.
He said: ''Yo Yo is hands down my favourite club night ever, so when Seb [Chew] & Leo [Greenslade] asked me to be a part of Red Bull Revolutions in Sound, there was no hesitation.
''Plus, every Red Bull event I've ever played at has been live, from the 3Style championships in LA this year to Notting Hill Carnival back in 2003.''
The Revolutions in Sound event will see each of the London Eye's pods turned into one of the UK's best club nights and will feature performances from the likes of Katy B and Rudimental (DJ set) among others.
In a world first in live-streaming, all 30 capsules will be broadcast in real-time at redbullrevolutionsinsound.com. The Yo Yo stream will go live at 7:30pm tonight.
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