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Bicep will be streaming their live show at London’s Alexandra Palace this week on TikTok.

Kicking off at 9:PM GMT this Friday (December 2), the Belfast duo’s show will be part of the social media platform’s #ElectronicMusic Presents LIVE campaign.

The show will be available to access via the @bicepmusic – the pair’s official channel, and there will be a replay of the show on Sunday (December 4) at 9:AM GMT.

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Bicep have also announced that they will be debuting four new tracks during the show, with a second sold out show taking place the day after on Saturday (Deccember 3).

Speaking on TikTok LIVE, Bicep said: “We’re celebrating being featured as the electronic artist of the month via #ElectronicMusic on TikTok by broadcasting the first night of our sold out Alexandra Palace London shows.

“This is our biggest production yet,” they continued.

Kira Ashwin, UK Label Partnerships at TikTok said: “This LIVE is a huge moment for our #ElectronicMusic campaign on TikTok. Bicep are one of the most revered electronic acts to emerge from the UK in the last 10 years and are an inspiration to aspiring producers and DJs up and down the country.

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“This is set to be one of their biggest prouctions ever,” she added. “And it’s an absolute pleasure to work with Biceo and their team to reach fans around the world who missed out on tickets to the sold out show.”

Other acts to have previously participated in the #ElectronicMusic campaign include Nia Archives, piri & tommy, and Shygirl.

Last month, Bicep released ‘Water feat. Clara La San’ via Ninja Tune, a fan favourite that had proven a hit in their arena tours and festival live shows – where they played some of the world’s biggest festival stages, including Primavera LA and a headline slot at Glastonbury Festival.

Isaac Muk is Mixmag’s Digital Intern, follow him on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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