Future Of The Left added to underage Camden Crawl

There's a raft of new names for the April bash

Future Of The Left added to underage Camden Crawl
Future Of The Left lead the latest round of additions to the new underage offshoot to London festival the Camden Crawl.

As previously reported, the Red Bull Bedroom JamXCrawl will take place in various venues across north London on April 25.

It is run by the same team behind Camden Crawl. It is aimed at those aged between 14-18 who can't gain entry to that festival because of licensing restrictions.

The other new additions are Howling Bells, Eugene McGuinness and Attack! Attack!.

The line-up so far is:

Future Of The Left
Howling Bells
Eugene McGuinness
Attack! Attack!
Burn Down Rome
Cocknbullkid
Dananananakroyd
The Dead Formats
Furthest Drive Home
Hatcham Social
Kitty Daisy & Lewis
Left With Pictures
My Passion
Outcry Collective
The Plight
Pulled Apart By Horses
S.C.U.M.


The festival takes place across the following four Camden venues:

Camden Rock
St Michael's Church
Hobgoblin
Underworld


Tickets are on sale now.

To check the availability of Red Bull Bedroom JamXCrawl and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.
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