The North London one-dayer is boasting its strongest line-up yet

We can’t wait for Camden Rocks Festival. Not only does it take place in a bunch of awesome venues across Camden, but it boasts one of the best line-ups of awesome rock and indie bands that you’ll find anywhere in the country. We’ve put together a little list of a few of the acts we think you really need to check out if you’re planning on heading down to the festival:

The Cribs

As live bands go, they don’t get much better than The Cribs. That’s why we were thrilled when they were announced as the headliners for this year’s Camden Rocks Festival, and why we’re certain that they’ll be one of the highlights of the day. Expect loud guitars, big choruses, and some of the best high-energy indie-rock songs of the last ten years:




Not only are angry rockers Asylums one of our favourite new bands, but they’ll play Joy In A Small Wage, which is a TUNE AND A HALF:



Freeze The Atlantic

Anthemic arena-rock from the talented Farnborough lads. What could sound sweeter on a Saturday night?



Billy Bragg

Who doesn’t love Billy Bragg? The left-wing troubadour will be bringing his unique blend of folk and social commentary to Camden on June 4th, and you’d be a fool to miss this living legend:



Youth Club

Indie-poppers Youth Club are the kings of catchy choruses, and we can’t wait to see them bring their high-energy anthems to Camden Rocks. Check out their track People; it’s a catchy-as-hell romp of an electro-pop song, and we can’t get enough of it:



Reigning Days


Heavy-hitting Devon lads Reigning Days are going to be big. Think of a cross between Muse and Foo Fighters, and you’re on the right lines. See them in a small venue while you still can:



Camden Rocks Festival takes place on (DATE) at various venues around Camden, North London. Tickets are available from the festival’s website.

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