The brilliant Station Sessions returns to St Pancras International, making rush hour bearable again with six weeks of free live music shows, starting with an a cappella performance by The Futureheads.
Get Cape Wear Cape Fly, new indie darlings Alt-J and the ruddy marvellous Wave Pictures will all be appearing on the Station Sessions stage at the heart of St Pancras to entertain commuters, travellers, and fans of free gigs from 22 March to 4 May, when the Camden Crawl will take over the stage to launch their festival.
Ok, we know your festival diary is filling up already but this one doesn’t require wellies, there’s decent booze (the champagne bar), civilised loos, and the communications are excellent.
In addition to secret performances by household names there’s also a chance for an unsigned band to support The Futureheads through their Facebook page, so best crack out that banjo.
The Station Sessions run from 22 March to 4 May, 5.30pm-6.30pm, at St Pancras International. All gigs are free.