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Camden Rocks

Camden Rocks Festival proudly presents:
The Second Sons plus The Amazing Devil, The Incredible Magpie Band and Arable Desert live at Crowndale Club, Camden

Since the continued success of Camden Rocks Festival, we're running a string of 'presents' shows to give you some of the best new alternative, indie, rock & metal music about!

Doors - 7:00pm // Price - £7.00 Adv.
Tickets -


The Second Sons >
A modern take on a classic sound, The Second Sons draw their influences from one of the greatest eras in rock ‘n’ roll, blues, soul, R&B and country, the Sons have learnt from the best of the best; of the Rolling Stones, Faces, Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Little Walter, B.B King and others whose music stands the test of time and plays on.
The Second Sons had a great summer festival season with performances at both the Isle of Wight Festival 2016 and Gibraltar Music Festival amongst others. They released their much-anticipated debut single “Best Of Me” featuring the late but never forgotten Bobby Keys in September. In November, The Sons joined the legendary Chris Kimsey at Eastcote Studios to record “Can’t You See” and “Ain’t it a Shame”. They’ll be back in the studio in the New Year to produce a new album.

The Amazing Devil >
Wildly theatrical and immersive, folk-revolutionaries The Amazing Devil summon up an eight-member orchestra of beating toms, mournful strings, searing electric guitar and a churning north-sea-drawn sound driven by the raging cut-glass vocals of Scarlet Scarlet and the Blue Furious Boy for a heart-on-ripped-and-ragged-sleeve gig that will hold your hand, beat your chest and walk you through every raging storm you’ll ever know.
Debut album Love Run available now:
'A masterpiece of swirling, brooding, often epic grabs you and refuses to let go' - Fatea Magazine
'The best thing I've heard this year. Original, varied, engaging, exciting. A fantastic debut'- For Folk's Sake
‘ of the year’s most exhilarating, exciting and visceral debuts, they deserve to be huge’- Folk Radio UK

The Incredible Magpie Band >
The Incredible Magpie Band: An Introduction
‘Talent borrows; genius steals’ said a clever chap with a fondness for beautiful things and a habit of getting himself into trouble. Nice one liner, but the truth, as any lover of music knows, is far more complex than that. You know the score: some old pub bore who saw Led Zep in ’68 trots out the following arguments. Music is rubbish these days. There are only so many melodies and chords to go round. All modern bands do is take a pick ‘n’ mix approach to all that has gone before.

Arable Desert >
Rock Band from London.
Listen to 'The Sweet Getaway':

Earlier Event: March 9
Later Event: March 10
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