The Gaslight Anthem have announced details of a one-off London show.
The band, who are currently working on the follow-up to 2010's 'American Slang', will play London's KOKO venue on June 11.
The date is amongst several European festival appearances.
The band revealed over Twitter that they have been in the studio since January 20 recording the follow-up to 2010's 'American Slang'.
Speaking to Gigwise last year, Brian Fallon discussed the future of Gaslight: ''Any time you stop touring people think you’re on a hiatus or something, which is not true. We actually started writing songs a few months ago, back in July. So as soon as we get off the tour that we were on we started writing songs, and we were writing songs while we were on tour.
''We’ve got about 11 new songs, but we’re gonna go with about 40 and then pick 12 to be on the record. So right now we’re finishing up our label situations and we’re trying to decide on a producer right now.
So we’re just going through that. Gaslight is just in the warming up stage before we get ready to do a new record.''
Tickets for the London show go on sale Friday (March 9) at 9am. For more details and to buy Gaslight Anthem tickets, check out Gigwise Gig Tickets.
The Gaslight Anthem - live