Indie band Dexters will support The Enemy next month at KOKO in London next month after the release of their debut album.
Indie band Dexters will support The Enemy next month at KOKO in London.
The London band, who have just wrapped up their UK tour, will join the 'Gimme The Sign' hitmakers in May and are thrilled with the reception to their debut album 'Shimmer Gold'.
Frontman Tom Rowlett told BANG Showbiz: ''I'm really happy with the reaction, a lot of the online stuff and fans. I try not to look at reviews, though. But I did have an argument with one guy who told me it was better than 'Definitely Maybe' [Oasis debut]. I was like, 'Wow, thank you very much, I'll take that as a compliment, but it ain't'. Maybe our next album, will be but he was like, 'No, this one'. I just said, 'Alright, bruv'.''
The band - also made up of Chris Heggie, Ben Debo and Vincent Dignan - finished their headline tour at The Garage in Islington with an incredible live set, which included new song 'Nature Of The Beast' along with fan favourites.
Tom continued: ''It's building, you can see it everywhere we go, playing bigger venues, a lot of the shows are sold out, it's great. We're looking forward to supporting The Enemy and we also have a gig with the Kaiser Chiefs coming up.''
He quipped: ''I'm now hoping to making some money. We're still skint. It's not why I do it. But I just want to go bowling in between gigs ... get a few strikes.''
Dexters will support The Enemy at the Camden venue on Wednesday, May 28.
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