We're a big fan of gigs at Union Chapel in Islington and this Wednesday it's set to be blessed by various part of current British indie royalty with the debut solo show from Razorlight drummer Andy Burrows. We like Andy because he has to deal with Johnny Borrell on a regular basis, and we hear that's not a very easy feat. We also massively enjoy the fact that he wrote the band's biggest hit 'America', something that probably bothers Borrell in every waking moment.
Now Andy is striking out on his own in support of Berkshire children's hospice Naomi House. Putting music to poems written by his friend Peter Dixon, this week he's released an album 'Colour of My Dreams' with profits going directly to the charity. It only clocks in at 11 minutes long but to support it and generate more charity money, he'll be performing the album live at Union Chapel tomorrow.
If you're wondering what exactly sounds so good about an 11 minute gig, fear not! The gig will be lasting longer thanks to the help from mysterious 'musical friends'. Already confirmed are Borrell himself, what must be an extremely pregnant Edith Bowman on the decks, Guillemot's Fyfe Dangerfield, Dom from Muse, Tom from Editors and Jamie Oliver running a BBQ!
Tickets are still avaliable here and cost £12.50.
Find out more about the record and Naomi's House in the video after the jump: