September 2019 @ The Lexington


Put the baron summer months behind you with a month packed full of gigs at the Lexington! Here’s the best of what’s coming up this September and don’t forget to come through early and enjoy 20% off our award winning burgers courtesy of our current kitchen pop-up Cut + Grind, just show your advance ticket when ordering!

Pet Deaths

+ Ajimal + Jacob Slater

Tuesday 3rd September

Pet Deaths celebrate the release of debut record ‘to the top of the hill and roll…’ Expect an otherworldly dreaminess in an intimate setting on 3rd September


Charlie Parr

+ JD Wilkes
Wednesday 4th September

Charlie Parr has been travelling around singing his country-blues tunes ever since leaving Austin, Minnesota in the 1980s and he makes his way to the Lexington on 4th September

Plus very special guest J.D. Wilkes



Working Men’s Club

+ Oscar Lang + Alfie Templeton

BBC Music Introducing return to the Lexington with an absolutely stellar lineup of artists, including Working Men’s ClubOscar Lang and Alfie Templeman, who will be dominating the airwaves in the coming years



+ Dogeyed + Finish Flag

Saturday 7th September

We’re saying farewell to Doe at the end of summer </3 and if you’re not familiar with their music this is the literal embodiment of ‘better late than never’


Stanley Brinks & The Wave Pictures

+ Freshchard

Tuesday 10th Setpember

Stanley Brinks and The Wave Pictures are on tour to celebrate their latest record together, Tequila Island. Supporting them will be Freschard



+ Japanese Television

Wednesday 11th September

POW! emerges from the tech-waste of the shiny/shtty new San Francisco – deep 80’s synth bass percolating under the circuit-swamp-fried-egg guitar…the drums a teenage tiger’s heartbeat and vocals delivered like a dead-pan face-slap from a kid half your age.


Sophie & The Giants

Thursday 12th September

Sophie and the Giants create haunting Indie dreams with their insatiable appetite for forward-looking, left-leaning emotional pop.


Daniel O’Sullivan

+ Brigid Mae Power

Friday 13th September

DANIEL O’SULLIVAN is a composer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer living and working in South West London and has been contributing a vibrant, chameleonic brew to the music landscape since the late 1990’s. He has achieved acclaim writing, recording and performing with a myriad of groups including Grumbling Fur (with longtime friend and collaborator Alexander Tucker), Ulver, Mothlite, Sunn O))), Guapo, Miasma & the Carousel of Headless Horses, Miracle, Æthenor and This Is Not This Heat.

For this special performance O’Sullivan will perform his new songs as an ensemble of eight, featuring Thighpaulsandra (Coil, Julian Cope Band, Spiritualized) who also recorded and mixed by Folly at his Aeriel studio premises in Wales.


Piney Gir

+ Fonda 500 + And (…

Tuesday 17th September

Celebrate the launch of Piney’s new album “You Are Here” due for release November 1st, this is a preview of the new live show with lots of new songs premiering on this night. A rare full-band, London show for Piney, get your tickets now!


The Cosmic Dead

+ Bonnacons of Doom

Wednesday 18th September

The Cosmic Dead are a psychonautal cosmodelic buckfaustian quartet from Glasgow, Scotland and they are playing here with Bonnacons of Doom on 18th September


King Khan’s Louder Than Death Feat. The Magnetix & Fredovitch

Friday 20th September

King Khan’s Louder Than Death live at The Lexington! Watch these four tear time and space to shreds with their fierce razor sharp punk rock with full fisted action in their hearts and big brown middle fingers waving in the air on 20th September!


Rose McDowall

Sunday 22nd September

Rose McDowall from new wave band Strawberry Switchblade and her collaborative project SPELL with Boyd Rice plays a rare career spanning set featuring her best known songs from her entire back catalog on 22nd September


The Delta Riggs

Tuesday 24th September

Galactic space rockers The Delta Riggs recently touched down in the Gold Coast for a string of stops along their North American summer tour. The Melbourne rockers’ psychedelic, cosmic rock ‘n roll anthems transport listeners to far off lands and portals through other dimensions.

The Delta Riggs latest record, Active Galactic feels like something you’d dance to in Saturday Night Fever. Groovy, disco beats slither their way through the record, while front-man Elliott Hammond delivers his signature rich, raspy vocals that dip, howl, screech and wail, with unparalleled magnetism. – Culture Collide


Los Bitchos

Wednesday 25th September

Bad Vibrations is delighted to welcome instrumental Cumbia quintet Los Bitchos to The Lexington. The girls punctuate their sets with bursts of psychedelic colour and tequila fuelled tunes. They’ve been working away on some new songs as they start preparations for the recording of their first LP.


Ja Ja Ja Nordic Showcase

Warmland + The Holy + Pink Milk

Thursday 26th September

eturning from our summer break, the Ja Ja Ja Nordic club nights are back and set to embark upon their 10th anniversary season (!!!), kicking off with a show in collaboration with Iceland Airwaves Festival!

Three emerging Nordic artists have been hand-picked by the Ja Ja Ja and Iceland Airwaves booking teams to not only perform at The Lexington on Thursday 26th September, but also to appear at the 2019 edition of Iceland Airwaves festival in Reykjavik.

This collaboration highlights two spaces through which new music fans can uncover the best emerging sounds from the Nordic region.


The Monochrome Set

Jetstream Pony + Micko & The Mellotronics

Saturday 28th September

Early post punk lounge lizards and Rough Trade alumni The Monochrome Set return to The Lexington to celebrate the release of their 15th studio album on the 27th September.


Say Sue Me

Sunday 29th September

Following their sold out show last year, Say Sue Me return to The Lexington for a headline date this September.

Cited as one of 2018’s ‘break-out bands’, Say Sue Me are a Surf Rock inspired indie band from Busan, South Korea.

“…jangle-pop hooks, stunning vocal melodies, and intricate guitarwork that stands up proudly against some of their influences like Yo La Tengo and Pavement…” KEXP



+ The St. Pierre Snake Invasion

Monday September 30th

Cassels and The St. Pierre Snake Invasion co-headline 30th September to celebrate the launch of Cassels’ new record “The Perfect Ending” and St Pierre’s recently released and lauded “Caprice Enchant”

Tickets are selling fast!