The Cooper Temple Clause cancel Camden Crawl appearances

Reading band blame 'exhaustion' for now shows

The Cooper Temple Clause have pulled out of their appearance at the Camden Crawl in London tonight (April 20) citing exhaustion as the reason.

As previously reported the band pulled their appearance last night (April 19) citing “unforeseen circumstances”.

In a statement the band told NME.COM they wouldn’t play tonight either.


“We’re all gutted about having to pull out of the Camden Crawl and would have loved to be there with everyone,” they explained. “However, over four months of constant touring worldwide has left us physically and emotionally exhausted and we didn’t feel it would have been fair on the punters to put on a sub-standard show.

“We all need to get some rest and regroup but we’ll be back with bells on soon.”

For more on last night’s action check out our blog filed straight from the event.

Meanwhile NME.COM will be back in Camden today (April 20) for the second day of this year’s bash, so stay tuned for more.