Clean Bandit to hold first Manila concert on December 10

by Nikko Tuazon
Oct 19, 2015
Clean Bandit is composed of Jack Patterson on bass guitar, keyboard, vocals and piano; Luke Patterson on percussions; Grace Chatto on cello and vocals; and Neil Milan Amin-Smith on violin and piano.


We have great news for indie pop fans!

Grammy award-winning indie electronic pop group Clean Bandit will be performing in Manila for the first time this 2015.

The four-man band will be performing for an 18+ concert at the Palace Pool Club in Bonifacio Global City on December 10.

The announcement was made through MMI Live’s official Twitter account.

There's no place we'd rather be on Dec. 10, 2015 than The Palace Pool Club with clean bandit!... http://t.co/uwlvIPOJJj

— MMI LIVE (@mmilive) October 7, 2015


Clean Bandit is composed of Jack Patterson on bass guitar, keyboard, vocals and piano; Luke Patterson on percussions; Grace Chatto on cello and vocals; and Neil Milan Amin-Smith on violin and piano.

The 4-piece electronic pop group, which was formed in England in 2009, has already released three extended play albums.

The band’s full-length debut album, New Eyes, was released in May 2014 and peaked at No. 3 on U.K. Charts.

The band’s biggest hit titled “Rather Be” with British singer Jess Glynne is the band’s first No. 1 hit on the U.K. Singles Chart.

This song was considered as one of the fastest selling singles of 2014. Currently, "Rather Be" has over 333 million views on Youtube.

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It also earned for the band its first Grammy award for Best Dance Recording.

Aside from “Rather Be,” songs made popular by Clean Bandit include “Real Love” also with Jess Glynne, “Extraordinary” featuring Sharna Bass, “Come Over” featuring Stylo G, and “Stronger.”

Check out some songs of Clean Bandit below:



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Clean Bandit is composed of Jack Patterson on bass guitar, keyboard, vocals and piano; Luke Patterson on percussions; Grace Chatto on cello and vocals; and Neil Milan Amin-Smith on violin and piano.
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