Coco Sumner, Von Bondies, Patrick Wolf for Camden Crawl

First names for London bash announced

Coco Sumner, Von Bondies, Patrick Wolf for Camden Crawl
I Blame Coco aka Coco Sumner, The Von Bondies, Patrick Wolf, Heartbreak and Dan Black are the first bands announced to play the Camden Crawl festival in London in April.

Die! Die! Die!, Drums Of Death, It Hugs Back, The King Blues, Pulled Apart By Horses, The Temper Trap and VV Brown are also set to play.

The event takes place across various venues in the north London district on April 24 and 25, with fans able to buy wristbands that allow access to all the gigs.

The line[up so far is:

An Experiment On A Bird In The Air Pump
Bleech
Blk Jks
Brakes
Chew Lips
Dan Black
Danny & The Champions Of The World
Datarock
Detropix
Die! Die! Die!
Drums Of Death
Fight Like Apes
Flashguns
Foy Vance
General Fiasco
Goldheart Assembly
Goldielocks
Heartbreak
Hexes
I Blame Coco
It Hugs Back
James Yuill
Jim Jones Revue
Josh Weller
Kasms
Lion Club
Little Comets
Little Death
Man Like Me
Marina And The Diamonds
Newham Generals
Patrick Wolf
Peggy Sue
Pulled Apart By Horses
S.C.U.M
Skint & Demoralised
Sleepercurve
The Author
Baddies
The Barker Band
The Chapman Family
The Computers
The Cordelier Club
The Dead Formats
The Joy Formidable
The King Blues
The Temper Trap
The Von Bondies
The Whip
The XX
Threatmantics
Three Trapped Tigers
Toddla T
Tommy Sparks
VV Brown


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

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