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Top 10 Club-Ready Songs About London

Are you heading to London soon and are looking for a way to get pumped up? Or, are you just looking to bring the spirit of London to your hometown? While there are a lot of ways to conjure up the spirit and ambience of London, one of the best things to do is to listen to music. That's right. There are some pretty awesome songs about London out there that will make you feel like you're in the heart of SoHo or Chelsea, bumping to club music without a care in the world. So, what are the best songs about London out there? Check out this guide to find out.

1. London Calling - The Clash

If you want to channel the Clash and vent all of your furies about the state of the world, then the song London Calling is your answer. In this song, the Clash touches on their concerns about the River Thames flooding, police brutality, and whether punk was at the beginning of the end. This is a great song that helps rev up the spirit of rebellion, as well as nostalgia for problems of the past.

2. Hometown Glory - Adele

Who doesn't love Adele, right? Well, if you're a fan of Adele and London, then Hometown Glory is the perfect song for you. This song was inspired by Adele's discussions with her mother regarding what university she should attend. Adele had a desire to remain close to London, and this song is a reflection of her experiences as well as people who influenced her desire to stay.

3. LDN - Lilly Allen

If you're looking for a more upbeat melody, then LDN (short for London) by Lilly Allen is your song. This whimsical melody describes a bike ride through London, with the rider describing situations that aren't quite as they seem.

4. Baker Street - Gerry Rafferty

Gerry Rafferty came out with this song three years after his band, the Stealers Wheel, broke up. This song is an ode to one of London's most famous streets- Baker Street. During the time between his band's breakup and his solo album, Gerry spent a lot of time crashing at a friend's flat on Baker Street.

5. Waterloo Sunset - The Kinks

Waterloo Sunset is considered one of the best songs ever written about London. This is a bittersweet hit that manages to capture the melancholic heart of the city. It tells of the story of two lovers, Terry and Julie, who meet at Waterloo Station every Friday night.

6. Electric Avenue - Eddy Grant

If you want to listen to a song about London with a reggae vibe, then Electric Avenue is your beat. This song is named after a street in Brixton, which actually got its name because it was the first street to be lit up by electricity. During the time in which Eddy grant wrote the song, the street had a heavy population of Carribean and African immigrants. Eddy Grant's motivation to write the song stemmed from the Brixton Riots, which occurred due to concerns over unemployment, poverty, and racism. However, despite the heaviness of the lyrics, this song is surprisingly upbeat.

Songs About London: Are You Ready to Rock?

As you can see, there are some pretty great songs about London out there. What's your favourite song about London? Let us know in the comments below. And, be sure to check out this guide to the most exclusive clubs in London if you're headed there soon!


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Opium London Table Bookings & Table Prices

Opium London table prices differ depending on the night of the week, the kind of table required and the guy:girl ratio. The starting cost is £1000 min spend for groups of up to 5. VIP Opium London table prices begin from £2000 min spend for groups of up to 10. This means the group will need to spend this amount over the night on bottle service at the table. Table price is exclusive of cover charges of £20 per guest and service charge.
Opium London is the top VIP club in central London where a table booking is highly recommended to enjoy the full extent of the incredible venue that is Opium. Opium London table prices depend on the group booking the table. It opened in late 2018 by some of the top names in the London nightlife scene. The tables in Opium are large and can seat big groups who want to celebrate a night in style! Opium proudly offers more VIP tables that any other VIP club in London.
Opium London comes from the Opium Spain group which has other clubs around the world. The London Opium looks to become the top venue in the Opium group.
The club itself is amazing. Getting an Opium London table booking will grant you access to this amazing club. Booking an Opium London table is the recommended way to experience this club, with huge VIP booths seating up to 10 guests.
We offer a table booking service for Opium Club London and you can book below. If you require more information on table prices or about the venue itself please get in contact with us. We recommend booking your table as early as possible to avoid disappointment.


Opium London Address : 9 Rupert St, London, W1D 6DG

Opening and Closing Times: 10pm- 3am

Dress Code: Smart

Tables: Available to book / start from a £1000 spend

Guestlist: Opium London guestlist available here

Membership: Everybody

Age restriction: Over 18s