The Charlatans round off Camden Crawl

Singer Tim Burgess dedicates a track to Carl Barat

The Charlatans performed a greatest hits set for their headline slot at the Camden Crawl tonight (April 20).

The Cheshire five-piece attracted a monster crowd at KOKO with fans still queuing around the venue long after the band took to the stage.

The baggy legends tore through a hit laden hour set which saw the five-piece thrill the audience with the likes of ‘Tellin’ Stories’, ‘One To Another’, ‘You’re So Pretty, We’re So Pretty’, ‘Weirdo’ and classic hit single ‘The Only One I Know’.


Singer Tim Burgess, who donned a black hoodie throughout the gig, also dedicated ‘North Country Boy’ to close friend and Dirty Pretty Things singer Carl Barat.

The Charlatans played:

‘NYC (No Need To Stop)’

‘North Country Boy’

‘Tellin’ Stories’



‘How Can You Leave Us’

‘Blackened Blue Eyes’

‘The Architect’

‘One To Another’

‘The Only One I Know’

‘You’re So Pretty, We’re So Pretty’

‘Here Comes A Soul Saver’

‘Sproston Green’

Earlier rising Scottish crossover star Calvin Harris performed an intimate dance set over at the Black Cap.

Performing under a sea of balloons, Kylie Minogue‘s pal was greeted with massive cheers when he played fan favourite ‘Acceptable In The 80s’ and ‘The Girls’.

Kicking off the evening, indie songstress Kate Nash drew in a huge crowd for her 45 minute set at the Electric Ballroom.

Acknowledging the size of her audience the singer told the crowd: “This is the biggest London gig I’ve ever played. Thank you so much for coming to see me.”

Nash performed an 11 song set which included ‘Shit Song’, ‘Birds’ and an acoustic version of dance favourite ‘Caroline’s A Victim’.

To relive this year’s Crawl check out our blog which was filed straight from Camden over both nights of the 2007 bash.

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