The Cribs play first two albums in full at Wichita birthday show The Cribs Tickets

Band play intimate London venue without Johnny Marr

Photo: Next Previous

Photo Gallery: The Cribs

The Cribs played their first two albums in full as a three-piece last night (July 14) at a London show to mark their label Wichita's 10th birthday.

The Wakefield trio played the intimate Relentless Garage venue without guitarist Johnny Marr, who was not in the band when the two albums were recorded or released.

Marr had been in Los Angeles contributing to a live version of the Inception soundtrack, which he helped to score.

Playing after support slots from Lovvers and Sky Larkin, The Cribs began by running through their 2004 self-titled album before moving on to 2005's 'The New Fellas'.

Frontman Ryan Jarman used the trip down memory lane to recall an early band experience. "We had a gig in a garage when we started, a load of record labels came down," he said from the stage before playing 'Another Number'. "But we didn't get signed. But I'm glad, because all the record labels were shit. We played this that night."

Later, during 'The Wrong Way To Be', there was a minor stage invasion as fans clambered up to sing and dance with the three brothers before diving back into the crowd.

With Ryan having said that every song played was dedicated to the Wichita label, they ended with 'The New Fellas' closer 'Things Aren't Going To Change'.

The Cribs played:

'The Watch Trick'
'You Were Always The One'
'The Lights Went Out'
'You & I'
'Things You Should Be Knowing'
'Another Number'
'What About Me'
'Learning How To Fight'
'Tri’elle'
'Baby Don’t Sweat'
'Direction'
'Third Outing'
'Hey Scenesters!'
'I’m Alright Me'
'Martell'
'Mirror Kisses'
'We Can No Longer Cheat You'
'It Was Only Love'
'The New Fellas'
'Hello? Oh…'
'The Wrong Way To Be'
'Haunted'
Things Aren’t Going To Change'


Read More On This Artist

The Cribs Tickets
Date/Time Venue Seetickets Viagogo


Buy The Cribs Tickets

from £18

Buy The Cribs Tickets

from £28


NOT AVAILABLE

Buy The Cribs Tickets

from £44


Buy The Cribs Tickets

from £18

Buy The Cribs Tickets


Buy The Cribs Tickets

from £18

Buy The Cribs Tickets

from £31


Buy The Cribs Tickets

from £18

Buy The Cribs Tickets

from £30


NOT AVAILABLE

Buy The Cribs Tickets


Buy The Cribs Tickets

from £18

Buy The Cribs Tickets


NOT AVAILABLE

Buy The Cribs Tickets

from £30


Buy The Cribs Tickets

from £18

Buy The Cribs Tickets

from £27

back to top

More News
Alabama Shakes, Django Django and Slaves announced for The Great Escape 2015
Chris Robinson on The Black Crowes' split: 'It's more complicated than Rich's...
Blink-182 confirm split from 'disrespectful and ungrateful' Tom DeLonge
Stereophonics, Van Morrison, Paul Weller, The Who, Noel Gallagher to headline Teenage Cancer Trust
Babes In Toyland announce May 2015 UK reunion tour
Tom DeLonge denies leaving Blink-182
The Prodigy share 'The Day Is My Enemy' title track - listen
Catfish And The Bottlemen cover The Killers' 'Read My Mind' - watch
London's 12 Bar Club re-opened by squatters
All We Are stream debut album online
Ariel Pink unveils 'Dayzed Inn Daydreams' video – watch
Muse confirm new album title 'Drones' in latest in-the-studio video
Noel Gallagher, Florence And The Machine and The Prodigy to play Benicàssim 2015
Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, Mark Ronson to headline disability-friendly gigs
Dave Grohl won't appear in Kurt Cobain documentary 'Cobain: Montage Of Heck'
Noel Gallagher offered a lifetime supply of Tennent's lager
Likeness between 'Stay With Me' and Tom Petty song is 'coincidence', says Sam...
Mark Kozelek says new Sun Kil Moon album could be released this year
Fall Out Boy wrote songs for One Direction that were 'too odd' to be used
Howard Marks to perform at London’s Forum with Rhys Ifans and Super Furry Animals
Death Cab For Cutie stream new song 'Black Sun' – listen
Demis Roussos, solo singer and Aphrodite's Child frontman, dies aged 68

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM