Debbie Harry and the rest of her iconic and atomic band, Blondie, are launching a very special London pop-up to coincide with the release of their new album, Pollinator. It also comes ahead of their upcoming Roundhouse show on May 3rd, which sold out in 30 minutes.
This 5-day pop-up exhibition will give Blondie and Debbie Harry worshippers the first opportunity to get their hands on some exclusive merch, including extremely limited edition vinyls, vintage tees, as well as clothing, bags and posters designed by artist Shepard Fairey. Included in the merch will be limited copies of a one-off 7″ vinyl of the previously unreleased and unheard track ‘Tonight’, co-written by Charlie XCX.
The pop-up will also be the temporary home to an exclusive photography exhibition by Chris Stein. Similar to his previous exhibition at Somerset House in 2014, this one will show off a series of iconic photographs, providing a behind the scenes look on the life and times of Blondie. We suggest you get yourself down there One Way or Another…
The pop-up will run between April 29th and May 3rd, from 11am until 7pm each day. You’ll find it at The Provender Building, Camden Market, Chalk Farm Road, NW1 8AH (Stables Yard Entrance).