Rumble Strips confirmed for secret London gig

Band to play special Camden Crawl party

Details of the Camden Crawl pre-party have been confirmed.

Fallout Records – the home of bands including The Rumble Strips and The Fratellis – are hosting a bash ahead of the urban festival (April 19-20) at The Crescent on Camden High Street.

The bash will feature Bosh! DJs, a special new cocktail concocted for the event, plus a host of bands.

Playing on the Thursday (April 19) are:

Data Select Party (3.30pm)

King Blues (4.30pm)

Playing on the Friday (April 20) are:

Illustrated Youth (3.30pm)

The Rumble Strips (4.30pm)

The event is open to those with wristbands for the full Crawl, although orgainsers advise getting their early as last year’s event saw them facing a queue of 1,000 people by 4pm.

The main event, meanwhile kicks off at 6.15pm, with the likes of Amy Winehouse, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Ash all playing.

Full coverage of this year’s Camden Crawl including news, blogs and picture galleries, stay tuned to NME.COM.

Rumble Strips, meanwhile, will headline Topman NME New Music Tour which also features, Blood Red Shoes, Pull Tiger Tail and The Little Ones.

The tour will call at:

Cardiff Coal Exchange (May 17)

Northampton Roadmender (18)

Sheffield Plug (19)

Middlesbrough Empire (21)

Glasgow Arches (22)

Edunburgh Liquid Rooms (23)

Manchester Club Academy (24)

Nottingham Rescue Rooms (26)

Birmingham Academy 2 (28)

London KOKO (29)

Brighton Concorde 2 (30)

Norwich Waterfront (31)

To check ticket availability and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now.