Summer Camp preview debut EP at Leeds Festival

Duo play on the Festival Republic Stage

Summer Camp preview debut EP at Leeds Festival

Photo: Andy Whitton/NME

Summer Camp previewed their debut EP, 'Young', at Leeds Festival today (August 29).

The London duo – guitarist/singer Jeremy Warmsley and singer Elizabeth Sankey – are set to release the EP on September 6 and played four full songs from it on the Festival Republic Stage.

They opened with a snippet of EP track 'Why Don't You Stay' and played seven further songs of their dreamy, retro-styled pop.

The pair were in a generous mood, throwing out chocolate bars to the audience between songs, before ending their set with 'Round The Moon'.

Summer Camp played:

'Why Don't You Stay'
'Was It Worth It'
'Losing My Mind'
'Remember'
'Veronica Sawyer'
'Ghost Train'
'1988'
'Round The Moon'


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