To call it the classic line up does The Wildhearts an injustice as one of the ‘classic’ line ups saw Scott Sorry on bass, delivering the last studio album the band produced to great critical acclaim.
The EP is a selection of seven songs from the band’s – for want of a better term – ‘fan club’ (Traitors Club)
Featuring Mercury-prize nominees Maximo Park Official, post-punk originators PIL, Twin Atlantic and many more.
So many great bands have cut their teeth here and it’s a pleasure to continue to fly the flag high for new, up and coming bands alongside the big names each year
“I’m honoured and excited to be part of the burgeoning Camden Rocks festival this year,” – Andy Cairns
For the first time in years, the Wildhearts’ set was to feature Danny on bass once more during the encores, something that, naturally, had spiked interest in the fans and by the time the band arrived on stage, the crowd were chomping at the bit.
“It must be the most vibrant of local festivals in London,”
Desperate to squeeze one last band in before heading home, a scan of artists and venues delivered the opportunity to see another band that I’d been meaning to see for several years. Young Guns have a great reputation around London and yet either as a headline or support act, I’ve never managed to catch them live.
Zebrahead, Black Spiders, Yuck & more confirmed for Camden Rocks 2016, Escape The Fate & We Are The Ocean Cancelled