Camden Crawl line-up additions revealed

New bands added to line up

Camden Crawl line-up additions revealed
The line up for the Camden Crawl expanded, with the likes of
Yourcodenameis:milo and Tiny Dancers joining the bill.

The now two day even will take place at 15 venues across Camden in north London on April 19 and 20.

As previously reported New Young Pony Club, Kate Nash and Hot Club De Paris are among the acts announced for this year's Camden Crawl in London.

Bands newly joining the bill include: Black Ghosts,Late Of The Pier, Flood Of Red,,Envelopes, Born Ruffians, Bricolage, Kissaway Trail, The Bluetones, Brigade, Ghost Of A Thousand, Kids In Glass Houses, Scott Matthews, Scanners, The Be Be See, The Displacements, Tunng, Frank Turner, Untitled Music Project and Zico Chain.

A "very special guest" is set to be announced soon.

The full line up so far is:

Air Traffic
The Barker Band
Blood Red Shoes
Bonde Do Role
Born Ruffians
Findlay Brown
Cajun Dance Party
Dan Le Sac Vs. Scroobius Pip
Emmy The Great
Friendly Fires
Calvin Harris
Hot Club De Paris
I Am Kloot
I Was A Cub Scout
Kitty, Daisy & Lewis
Kid Harpoon
Killa Kela
The Kissaway Trail
Kitty Daisy & Lewis Late Of The Pier
Ali Love
Marvin The Martian
Jack Penate
Professor Green
Pull Tiger Tail
Shout Out Louds
Shy Child
These New Puritans
Tiger Force
The Whip
Xerox Teens

Bands playing the Thursday (April 19) only are:

Black Ghosts
The Bluetones
Fear Of Music
Foreign Beggars
Ghost Of A Thousand
I Like Trains
Kids In Glass Houses
Lonely, Dear
Laura Marling
Scott Matthews
Malcom Middleton
New Young Pony Club
Ox. Eagle. Lion. Man
Popular Workshop
Simple Kid

Bands playing the Friday (April 20) only are:

The Be Be See
Chrome Hoof
The Dykeenies
The Displacements
Fear Of Flying
Flood Of Red
Eamon Hamilton (Brakes)
The Hot Puppies
Hafdis Huld
I Say Marvin
Kate Nash
Pete And The Pirates
Roll Deep
Tiny Dancers
Frank Turner
Untitled Music Project
Vincent Vincent And The Villains
Zico Chain
Yourcodenameis: Milo

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