Guillemots are set to perform a free gig tomorrow in London (June 15).

As part of the Station Sessions Festival, in which both new and emerging acts play at St Pancras railway station, the band will launch the event at 6.30pm playing tracks from their third album 'Walk the River'.

The festival will last 50 days and will see around 100 musicians take to the main stage, as well as a several fringe stations around the station. There will be performances every evening on the main stage, Monday - Friday, between 6-.00pm-7.00pm, every Tuesday lunchtime between 12.30pm-1.30pm at the Sourced Market fringe stage, every Monday evening between 7.30pm-8.30pm at the Searcys fringe stage and then every Thursday evening at the Betjeman Arms fringe stage between 7.30pm-8.30pm.

With up to one million people passing through St Pancras every week, the Station Sessions will reach more people than Glastonbury, the Isle of Wight, Reading and Leeds and V Festival put together.