The Cribs, Spector, Clock Opera added to Camden Crawl 2012 – ticket details

Dan Mangan and Francois And The Atlas Mountains also join the event's bill

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The Cribs have been added to the bill for this year's Camden Crawl.

The Wakefield trio, who will release their fifth album 'In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull' next month, have been added to the bill for the north London event, which will be held from May 4–6.

Also added to the line-up are Spector, Dan Mangan, Francois And The Atlas Mountains and Clock Opera. They join The Futureheads, The Big Pink, Glasvegas and former Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes, who are among the acts already confirmed for this year's bash.

See Thecamdencrawl.com for information about the event.

To check the availability of Camden Crawl tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The Camden Crawl line-up so far is:

Death In Vegas
Alabama 3
Glasvegas
The Futureheads
The Raincoats
Gaz Coombes
The Cribs
Spector
Clock Opera
Dan Mangan
Francois And The Atlas Mountains
Eugene McGuiness
Veronica Falls
Weird Dreams
Foe
Johnny Foreigner
Post War Years
And So I Watch You From Afar
Actress
Baxter Dury
Ben Westbeech
Bigkids
The Big Pink
Brandt Brauer Frick
Charli XCX
D/R/U/G/S
Ghetts
Iceage
Icona Pop
Kids In Glass Houses
Kwes
Lady Leshurr
Lucy Rose
Niki & The Dove
Rolo Tomassi
Roska
Sway
Theme Park
Three Trapped Tigers
True Tiger
Willy Moon
Youngman
Admiral Fallow
Alpines
Angel Antlered Man
Arrows Of Love
The Barr Brothers
Basement
Bastille
Benny Banks
Black Moth
Blackhoods
Blacklisters
Boy Friend
Brontide
Bxentric
Cashier No. 9
Chew Lips
Clement Marfo & The Frontline
Cold Pumas
Cymbals
Daley
Dam Mantle
Devin
Disclosure
Dog Is Dead
Durrty Goodz
Dutch Uncles
Echo Lake
Ellen & The Escapades
Engine Earz Experiment
Eugene Mcguinness
Fanzine
Fear Of Men
Fiction
Fixers
Funeral Suits
Hawk Eyes
Hey Sholay
Hymns
The James Cleaver Quintet
Jape
Jaymo & Andy George
Jehst
Johnny Foreigner
Josh Kumra
Keep Shelly In Athens
L.A.
Lioness
Lower Than Atlantis
Marmozets
Melodica,
Melody & Me
The Milk
Micachu And The Shapes
Michelle Stodart
Night Angles
Novella
Nzca/Lines
Odonis Odonis
Outfit
Pariah
Paul Thomas Saunders
Peace
Polarbear
Psychologist
Race Horses
Random Impulse
Rascals
Rubber Bandits
Sauna Youth
Sex Hands
St. Lucia
Stealing Sheep
Swiss Lips
Team Me
Throwing Up
Toby Kaar
Tom Staar
Tom Williams & The Boat
Toy
Trophy Wife


The Cribs are also among the bands playing an intimate hometown show as part of JD Roots, who have partnered with NME to support local music and search for Britain's Best Small Venue. The band will play Wakefield's Theatre Royal on May 16, with The Horrors returning to Southend Chinnerys on May 9 and Scottish rockers Twin Atlantic playing Glasgow's King Tut's on May 3.

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