For over 40 years, French icons, Indochine , have led the crest of a musical wave with their unique style of genre and generation defying performances. Now, for the first time in a decade, Frances largest new-wave pioneers descend on UK shores for a rare one-off performance at London, The Roundhouse on Sunday 11 June. Demand for the Indochine live performance experience is mammoth rubber-stamped last year as their 2022 Central Tour stadium tour became the first concert in the world to be filmed live for IMAX*. The film hit No.1 at the box office in 477 theaters, making it the biggest musical event ever broadcast in France. This was no mean feat, but no surprise from the band who have stood the test of time since their conception in 1981. Their single L'Aventurier won the French awards bus d'acier 1983, and over 40 years later their album Central Tour, The Movie smashed into the French album charts at No1 proof that Indochine are as strong today as they were over four decades ago. Now, for the first time since 2014, Indochines highly anticipated UK performance hits London, The Roundhouse, for one night only. Stalwart fans of Indochine know just how charismatic this band are live, perpetually renewing their fan-base, adding generations of audiences. At each of the concerts, the front rows are crammed with 15-year-old new discoverers captured from recent hits such as "La vie est belle" or "Un été français". Chanting from the back rows are the loyal followers recruited from releases such as "L'aventurier" or 20 years after "J'ai demandé à la lune". It adds up in perennial strata, in combative legions. Once discovered, Indochine make an indelible mark that traverses generations the audiences are eclectic, the performances iconic.