Camden Rocks proudly presents alt folk-rock Sleep Walking Animals plus Neon Islands, DUDE, MY DUDE, Tracey and Burning Juniper live at Fiddler’s Elbow.
7pm to 1am // £10 Adv. //
Grab your mates, grab your tickets, and get down for some of the best new alternative, indie, rock & metal music about! Brought you by Camden Rocks Festival Live music is back in action
Sleep Walking Animals https://youtu.be/RqdHnW-YerE
Back from a UK tour, selling out venues in London and Manchester, Alt Folk Rock band Sleep Walking Animals are giving it beans. Taking inspiration from contemporary folk bands Mumford & Sons and Fleet Foxes and combining this with the influence of indie and progressive rock sounds, SWA take you to an evocative musical universe.
Neon Islands https://youtu.be/BHU54zfSeY0
Neon Islands is a shared shelter between four musicians from different countries who came together to craft electric and fluorescent songs, taking major influence from their indie pop/rock bagrounds. The band take the audience to a uniquely alternative resort of atmospheric keyboards, shimmery guitars and deep lyrics that explore intimate self-expression, honest surrealism, metaphoric politics and contemporary love.
DUDE, MY DUDE https://youtu.be/VNCQGFxxQ4w
DUDE, MY DUDE is an alternative rock band which blends the indie pop and emo rock sensibilities of its founders to form anthemic songs that are both confessional and uplifting. This effortless synergy is apparent in their debut single ‘Loser’ – a self-deprecating earworm featured on Spotify’s New Noise and The Scene playlists that has amassed over 1M streams to date.
Born and bred in North London, Tracey is an energetic four-piece centred on writing original new music, and performing unforgettable live shows.
Burning Juniper https://youtu.be/6JsGA8YG198
Burning Juniper are a 4 piece noisy and raw indie rock band based in London. Their sound mixes good melodies with the rough and punchy sound of classic rock and roll. If you like Catfish and The Bottlemen, Foals or Two Door Cinema Club chances are you’ll like this lot.