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All Our Tomorrows Returns To 100 Club For 2021 Edition
The Quietus , September 6th, 2021 16:24

The Umlauts and Enola Gay are among the new acts scheduled to play the three-night event

The 100 Club's All Our Tomorrows festival is returning to London for another three-night event, following on from previous editions that have hosted the likes of Squid, Jerskin Fendrix and Black Country, New Road.

This year's edition of the event kicks off on September 15, with Irish group Enola Gay playing their debut UK gig, with support from Grandmas House, Automotion, Regressive Left and Honeyglaze. The following night, Nayana IZ steps up to headline, while there will also be sets from BXKS, RADA, TaliaBle and Nia Archives.

It all comes to an end on September 17, with sets from PVA, Mount Palomar, PaddywaK, POiSON ANNA and The Umlauts, who tQ's John Doran loved enough at End Of The Road to deem them "Black Country, Neu Autobahn."

All Our Tomorrows has invited the likes of Slowdance DJs, Lynks, Steve Lamacq, Mount Palomar, Harry Gay, Louis Culture, Pablo Pullen and Dellon to join across the three nights to DJ. Tickets for each event are available for £5, and you can get familiar with all of the acts playing this year's edition of the festival via this handy playlist.

All Our Tomorrows will take place from September 15 to 17, 2021. Find more information here.