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1 The Stables Market Chalk Farm Rd, NW1 8AH London, United Kingdom
Camden Rocks Festival proudly presents The Lincoln County Regulators plus KAATO, The Long Highway, WASTE and White Eskimo live at Proud 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 — 6:00pm // Price — £7.00 Adv.
Tickets — po.st/CamdenRocksTix
The Lincoln County Regulators — facebook.com/thelincolncountyregulators
Indie rock band, London, UK
KAATO — facebook.com/kaatoband
A new breed of progressive rock'n'roll.
The Long Highway — facebook.com/TheLongHighwayOfficial
London based quintet, The Long Highway fuse contemporary, electrifying alternative rock with beautifully melodic, catchy as hell hooks. Add some synths, some punk, hip-hop and blues and that will only just start to describe their sound, led by hauntingly powerful lead vocals that captivate any audience they play to.
WASTE — facebook.com/wastetunes
Waste are a four-piece rock band from Stevenage (UK); Jak Melvin (lead vocals /guitar), Max Hopwood (guitar), Josh Maher (bass) and Lawrence Ames (drums /vocals). The five track self-titled debut Waste EP is available to officially download on September 5th. Produced by Tom Dalgety, who was behind Royal Blood’s Mercury prize album nomination, “Thunder” is the lead single from the release with an exceptionally memorable underwater music video to match.
White Eskimo — facebook.com/whiteeskimouk
White Eskimo have been playing their style of pop punk since their early High School days. With influences ranging from Blink-182 to Beethoven these 4 lads have really found their own sound. Will (Vocals/Guitar), Alex (Drums), Marcus (Guitar) and Rob (Bass) have all been playing music since they can remember.
They released their debut EP ‘’100X’’ last April which they recorded with James Lewis (Sunset Sons, Artic Monkeys, Rudimental) (available on iTunes, Apple Music and Spotify) and have since released the single ‘’Game Time’’.
In April 2016 the boys went on tour to the USA and played for the global music showcase MUSEXPO and Global Rock Summit and played at some of the most famous venues in LA like Whiskey a Go Go and Viper Room. ‘It was just so, so cool playing in LA’ says Alex. ‘We met Gene Simmons and the rest of Kiss whilst we were rehearsing in LA and he tried to impersonate our accents — he was terrible at it!’’ Yeah but not as cool as when Fergie (Black Eyed Peas) asked if I could be hers for the day’ boasts Will.
After coming back from the USA, strings of shows and festivals, the boys have been busy at the recording studio (The Edge Studios, John Delph, 5SOS) working hard on recording their new material. With bags of new tracks to be released and music videos ready to be premiered 2017 is going to be a very busy and exciting time for White Eskimo.