Mark Ronson, Klaxons, The Horrors watch Rumble Strips preview new album

Band showcase new record at London show

Mark Ronson, Klaxons, The Horrors watch Rumble Strips preview new album
The Rumble Strips premiered their forthcoming second album 'Welcome To The Walk Alone' last night (March 25), by playing to a packed out crowd at London's Dingwalls.

The band, who were supported by Everything Everything, kicked off their set with new song 'London', the track the band recently made available as a free download from Myspace.com/rumblestripsuk.

Watched by the likes of The Horrors frontman Faris Rotter, Klaxons' Jamie Reynolds and Mark Ronson, who produced the band's second record, The Rumble Strips played a 15-song set at the Camden venue.

Frontman Charlie Waller was in a relaxed mood throughout the gig, and responded jokingly to heavily-accented shouts from audience members about The Rumble Strips' south west roots - they hail from Tavistock in Devon.

"Who let the fucking janners in?!" Waller asked the crowd at one point, prompting more chants of "Tavvy!".

Although much of the band's set was made up of new songs, the biggest cheers came when they played old favourites 'No Soul', 'Motorcycle' and 'Alarm Clock'.

Of the new songs, 'Daniel' appeared to get the best reaction from the crowd, with many fans singing along by its end.

The Rumble Strips played:

'London'
'Backbone'
'Time'
'Not The Only Person'
'Welcome To The Walk Alone'
'No Soul'
'Douglas'
'Motorcycle'
'Running On Empty'
'Hands'
'Clouds'
'Daniel'
'Girls And Boys In Love'
'Sweet Heart Hooligan'
'Alarm Clock'

'Welcome To The Walk Alone' is release on June 8.

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