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Australian chart-toppers Sheppard to perform free Stratford gig

17:39 11 August 2014

Sheppard will be playing a free gig at Westfield Stratford City (pic: Decca Records)

Sheppard will be playing a free gig at Westfield Stratford City (pic: Decca Records)

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Australian band Sheppard will be performing a free concert at Westfield Stratford City later this month.

The six-piece are touring the country’s shopping centres in between playing the Wilderness Festival and V Festival this summer.

The indie-pop band’s debut international single, Geronimo, has already topped the Australian charts and it could soon be doing the same over here.

Formed in Brisbane in 2011, the band comprises siblings George, Amy and Emma Sheppard and friends Jay Bovino, Michael Butler and Dean Gordon.

If you want to catch Sheppard’s performance, they will be taking to the stage at 12pm and 2pm on Sunday, August 24.

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