Norwegian indie rock band KAKKMADDAFAKKA are known for their high octane wild performances which make for great gigs. Blending classical instruments with modern techinqiues, they produce their very own unique sound that has critics delighted.

The band unites drummer Kristoffer van der Pa, pianist Sebastian Emin Kittelsen, percussion from Lars Helmik Raaheim-Olsen whilst vocals are shared between guitarist Axel Vindenes, cellist Pål Vindenes and Stian Sævig who plays bass.

Following the release of their incredible recent album KMF, they return to the UK to play an exciting headline date in the new year.

Make sure you see them play at The Garage in London on Thursday 9th of February, 2017.

KAKKMADDAFAKKA tickets are on sale right now through Gigantic so book yours before they are all gone.

Kakkmaddafakka can get the muddy dance floors of the European festival circuit pumping-but they can prop you up against a tree to lounge in the midsummer sun, too.” - Noisey

They provide a solid service to pop lovers everywhere who are tired of the bubblegum that plays on the radio. Pop is a generally easier medium but to do it right takes some skill.” - MVRemix

Formed by brothers Axel and Pål Vindenes with school friends, the project was originally envisioned as a one off performance but after positive responses they carried on as a band and released the EP entitles Already Your Favourite EP.

Their debut record Down To Earth brought them nationwide attention in the homeland of Norway upon release in 2007. Their further releases include the albums Heist which came out in 2011 and their latest LP release KMF.

Given the cult status of the band, KAKKMADDAFAKKA concert tickets will fly off the shelves so ensure you book early or risk being left out in the cold. Gigantic always has all the best gig tickets so stick with us!

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