Jack Penate took to the stage at the Camden Crawl this evening (April 19) at the Electric Ballroom, to raucous applause from the large crowds who had gathered to see him.
The queues swarmed out of the venue as the singer bounced on stage encouraging the audeince by telling them: “I have an inkling you’re up for it. I have a feeling.”
Expressing that this was the first time he has played in Camden for quite some time, Penate dazzled the ever-increasing gig-goers with tracks including as ‘Spit At Stars’ and ‘Turn On The Platform’.
Penate also treated fans to a new song, which is yet to be titled.
Earlier, down at the Barfly, Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip helped kick off the evening’s festivities.
Having recently basked in the underground success of cult track ‘Thou Shalt Always Kill’, urban poet Scroobius Pip bounded onto the stage in a suit and baseball cap, announcing simply that “The Camden Crawl has begun.”
After inviting an audience member onstage as an “assistant”, the duo played track ‘Development’ before singing Robbie Williams‘ track ‘Angels’ to the amusement of the heaving crowds who made their way to the venue to see them play.
The audience were even treated to subversive sample track, based on the Radiohead classic ‘Planet Telex’, before the set was brought to a spectacular close.
For more on tonight’s action check out our blog filed straight from the event.
Meanwhile NME.COM will be back in Camden tomorrow (April 20) for the second day of this year’s bash, so stay tuned for more.