HOMEBOY COXON JOINS CAMDEN CRAWL

The Others also sign up for the indoor music festival…

HOMEBOY COXON JOINS CAMDEN CRAWL
Graham Coxon and The Others are the latest big-name editions to next month’s CAMDEN CRAWL.


They join a host of names including The Longcut, The Magic Numbers and The Cribs at the gigging endurance test through London’s indie district.


The annual event will take places across nine venues in Camden Town on March 10, and will feature over 40 bands playing sets between 7pm and 3am.


Other acts already confirmed include Art Brut, The Black Velvets, The Departure, Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster, The Go! Team, Hard-Fi, Maximo Park, Nine Black Alps, Mystery Jets, The Research, Sons & Daughters, The Subways and Towers Of London, with more to be confirmed.



The full line-up and stage times will be announced on the night.



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