Arts & Culture

The return of London’s music scene

Artists and musicians are continuing to return to stages across the capital as lockdown measures are eased.

With indoor entertainment back on the cards, venues are once again announcing dates for live shows and performance.

Among those with gigs coming up over the summer is the West London punk group Black Rooster.

Their lead singer Lucille Rees has been speaking to James Dickman about a dysfunctional upbringing and how her childhood experiences have influenced her music.

Black Rooster perform Soho’s St Moritz club on July 17 and Camden’s The Dublin Castle on August 20

 

Anthony Baxter 1st June 2021

TagArts & Culture, LocationKensington and Chelsea

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