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Jai Paul announces first ever New York and London live shows

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Enigmatic electronic pop musician Jai Paul has announced his first ever live shows in New York and London.

He will do two intimate shows in each city, playing at the Knockdown Center in Queens on Tuesday April 25 and Brooklyn Steel on Wednesday April 26, while in London he will take over HERE @ Outernet on May 9 and May 10.

Tickets will be available by ballot only, and those interested can sign up via his website, which must be done by 10:PM EST on Wednesday April 19 for those looking for New York tickets and 10:AM BST for those after London spots.

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New York ballot winners will be notified on April 24, while London winners will find out on May 4. Tickets will be limited to two per ballot winner.

It comes just after making his live debut at California’s Coachella Festival, which took place on Saturday (April 15), where he was backed, by a full live band that included his brother A.K. Paul on guitar, Fabiana Palladino on bass and Isaac Kizito playing the drums.

He performed tracks from his infamously leaked album of demos, ‘Leak 04-13 (Bait Ones)’ which gained a full digital release in 2019, as well as a brand new track ‘So Long’.

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Last week, XL Recordings released ‘Leak 04-13 (Bait Ones)’ on vinyl for the very first time, with the 3000 records selling out in a matter of seconds.

Before his debut live set at Coachella, Paul released a statement to fans via Reddit, in which he acknowledged his nervousness. He wrote: “Yoo it’s Jai. This weekend I’m going to be playing my first ever live show and I’m not gonna lie I’m absolutely shitting it.

“Anyway just wanted to acknowledge the real heads over here and let u lot know how much I appreciate you lot sticking it out with me for all this time,” he continued.

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

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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