Metronomy’s postponed Prague gig now has a new date. The British band will play Roxy 1st October. All purchased tickets remain valid for the new date, or if necessary you can claim your refund until 29th May at the original point of purchase. We would once again like to apologise for any inconvenience caused: “Needless to say we’re very sad about postponing the tour and don’t take it lightly. But, taking the pandemic seriously is more important than a Metronomy tour atm.” All tickets remain valid for the rescheduled dates. And to quote Metronomy once again: “Please keep your existing tickets for the new dates which will be announced ASAP.“

Metronomy, the Joe Mount-fronted electronic indie pop group, just released their sixth album Metronomy Forever inspired by time keeping tool metronome. Metronomy have been on music scene for 20 years and their new record toes the line between maturity and playfulness. “The metronome reference was but a musical in-joke before: now it contains more meaning. The steady tick-tocking of the pendulum represents continuation, stability, endlessness. It understands that while we all ultimately return to the goo from whence we came, time marches on furiously, like a bull aiming for a matador.