April 25, 2009 8:23

Yeah Yeah Yeahs hit Camden Crawl

Karen O and co play at the Roundhouse

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs played a show at the Camden Crawl in London yesterday evening (April 24).

Singer Karen O and co played beneath an enormous inflatable eyeball in the Roundhouse venue, taking to the stage at 7.15pm (BST) to play a gig that included new songs 'Zero' and 'Heads Will Roll' as well as 'Art Star', which dates back to the beginning of the New York trio's career.

O wore a shawl over a blue and black shiny dress for the gig and kept chat to a minimum aside from screaming "Camden!" before the band played 'Skeletons'.

Yeah Yeah Yeahs played:

'Dull Life'
'Gold Lion'
'Art Star'
'Heads Will Roll'
'Kiss Kiss'
'Cheating Hearts'
'Skeletons'
'Maps'
'Zero'
'Date With The Night'


The Camden Crawl is set to continue today (April 25), with Kasabian, The Maccabees and Billy Bragg among the acts set to play.

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