While fans of Squeeze can look forward to hits such as Take Me I’m Yours, Slap And Tickle and Pulling Mussels (From The Shell) this performance by the Deptford band will also feature new material .

Their first album of all-new songs since 1998, Cradle To The Grave was released on October 2 and is based on fellow south-east Londoner and DJ Danny Baker’s autobiography Going To Sea In A Sieve.

The work was produced after Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook agreed to provide the music for a BBC adaptation of Baker’s book.

Squeeze had planned to record an album in 2014 but the sessions never came to fruition with Tilbrook releasing solo album Happy Endings instead.

Support comes in the form of cult punk performance poet Dr John Cooper Clarke.

7pm, October 17, £45.40-£63.40, Indigo, The O2, North Greenwich