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CaCamden Rocks news: Camden Rocks presents Man The Lifeboats & more at Proud Camden

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Camden Rocks Festival proudly presents raucous indie-folk London’ers Man The Lifeboats plus Mick O’Toole, The Marks Cartel, The Love Company and Dead Natives 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 – http://po.st/CamdenRocksTix

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Man The Lifeboats – www.facebook.com/ManTheLifeboatsBand
Man the Lifeboats play raucous, upbeat folk music, for those who like a drink with their tunes.
This London four-piece use an array of instruments to craft songs with big choruses that tell stories.
Formed in the wake of a blistering Skinny Lister gig back in 2016, Harvey, Rich, Sam and Dan have taken their shared love of straight-up lyrics, pounding bass-lines, lilting mandolin and fiddle melodies and stomping beats and have created a sound that would not be out of place at a party at the end of the world.

Mick O’Toole – www.facebook.com/MickOtooleUK
Mick O’Toole are a five piece southern cider swilling folk band from the deepest darkest Shire! Guaranteed to make any night go down a storm this band will have you foot tapping and tankard slamming along to a number of Irish classics and original belters.

The Marks Cartel – www.facebook.com/themarkscartel
“Receiving radio play and rocking out in Swansea, they’re ready to take it to the next level”, Gigslutz
“Sounds like a fight between Oasis and The Arctic Monkeys, officiated by Royal Blood”, Artrocker
“Echoes of Arctic Monkeys and Oasis, The Marks Cartel turn up the Brit Rock sound”, KDHX Radio
“Louder, angrier, and rockier. A fist in the air lager on the dance floor anthem”, The Vinyl District
“Dirty, grimy guitars rhythmic, snapping drums and grizzly, emotive vocals”, Buzzin Music
“There’s elements of modern rock coming at you from all angles”, SupaJam FFO

The Love Company – www.facebook.com/thelovecomusic
A 5 piece from south London performing jangly pop music.

Dead Natives – www.facebook.com/deadnatives
Dead Natives are Liam Dutch, Robbie Ferguson, Adam Payne and Colin Marshall – a four-piece indie rock band from the UK.
With soaring guitars and vocals coursing with attitude Dead Natives adopt elements of psychedelic rock and modern brit-pop.
‘Serious Business’ – BBC Introducing: The South
“Soaring and anthemic, London’s Dead Natives are proving themselves at the top of their game” – Gigslutz @[249680128500636:274:Camden Rocks Festival] proudly presents raucous indie-folk London’ers @[184896708671970:274:Man The Lifeboats] plus @[169599093092907:274:Mick O’Toole], @[354040158077211:274:The Marks Cartel], @[815986658528387:274:The Love Company] and @[1429621010693280:274:Dead Natives] live at @[133574650023553:274:Proud Camden].

Since the continued success of @[249680128500636:274: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 – http://po.st/CamdenRocksTix

••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
About:

@[184896708671970:274:Man The Lifeboats] – www.facebook.com/ManTheLifeboatsBand
Man the Lifeboats play raucous, upbeat folk music, for those who like a drink with their tunes.
This London four-piece use an array of instruments to craft songs with big choruses that tell stories.
Formed in the wake of a blistering Skinny Lister gig back in 2016, Harvey, Rich, Sam and Dan have taken their shared love of straight-up lyrics, pounding bass-lines, lilting mandolin and fiddle melodies and stomping beats and have created a sound that would not be out of place at a party at the end of the world.

@[169599093092907:274:Mick O’Toole] – www.facebook.com/MickOtooleUK
Mick O’Toole are a five piece southern cider swilling folk band from the deepest darkest Shire! Guaranteed to make any night go down a storm this band will have you foot tapping and tankard slamming along to a number of Irish classics and original belters.

@[354040158077211:274:The Marks Cartel] – www.facebook.com/themarkscartel
“Receiving radio play and rocking out in Swansea, they’re ready to take it to the next level”, Gigslutz
“Sounds like a fight between Oasis and The Arctic Monkeys, officiated by Royal Blood”, Artrocker
“Echoes of Arctic Monkeys and Oasis, The Marks Cartel turn up the Brit Rock sound”, KDHX Radio
“Louder, angrier, and rockier. A fist in the air lager on the dance floor anthem”, The Vinyl District
“Dirty, grimy guitars rhythmic, snapping drums and grizzly, emotive vocals”, Buzzin Music
“There’s elements of modern rock coming at you from all angles”, SupaJam FFO

@[815986658528387:274:The Love Company] – www.facebook.com/thelovecomusic
A 5 piece from south London performing jangly pop music.

@[1429621010693280:274:Dead Natives] – www.facebook.com/deadnatives
Dead Natives are Liam Dutch, Robbie Ferguson, Adam Payne and Colin Marshall – a four-piece indie rock band from the UK.
With soaring guitars and vocals coursing with attitude Dead Natives adopt elements of psychedelic rock and modern brit-pop.
‘Serious Business’ – BBC Introducing: The South
“Soaring and anthemic, London’s Dead Natives are proving themselves at the top of their game” – Gigslutz

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