The Cribs to headline Camden Rocks 2016

They're topping the bill for the festival's 5th edition.
Camden Rocks have announced The Cribs as headliners for this year’s festival.

The Wakefield brothers will top the bill for the fifth year of the event, taking place on Saturday June 4th. Playing the Electric Ballroom, they’ll join fellow new additions to the bill The Ramona Flowers, Flight Brigade, Colt 45, Death Koolaid, The Crooked Kings, Jolanga, Meredith Baker and Sarah de Warren.

The Camden Rocks 2016 bill also features (be prepared, this is going to be a lot of bold text – Ed) Carl Barat & The Jackals, Glen Matlock, Young Guns, We Are The Ocean, InMe, Ginger Wildheart, Billy Bragg, Johnny Foreigner, Norma Jean, Evil Scarecrow, New Years Day, SikTh, Creeper, Penetration, Sonic Boom Six, The Godfathers, The Virginmarys, The Qemists, Warrior Soul, Jim Jones And The Righteous Mind, Queen Kwong, YASHIN, Gun, Zoax, The Hell, Youth Club, VUKOVI, Goldray, Reigning Days, Wearing Scars, AvaGrace, Francobollo, The Hyena Kill, The Pearl Harts, Anita Chellamah Band (The Cherry Bombz ), JPNSGRLS, Faers, S.E.X, Staring Out The Sun, The St Pierre Snake Invasion, Symmetry, Sky Valley Mistress, Grumble Bee, JOANovARC, Blurred Vision, Desperate Measures, The Fallen State, Duchess, Shea, Alive With Eyes, Forever Never, As Lions, CC Smugglers, Tellison, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing, The Dirty Youth, Shvpes, Black Foxxes, Freeze The Atlantic, Asylums, The Main Grains, Lounge Kittens, The Carnabys, Press To Meco, Continents, Shields, Fathoms, Blood Youth, Scholars, Ashestoangels, Dorje, Cold In Berlin, Samoans, Bare Knuckle Parade, Nibbinz, The Dirty Thrills, Create To Inspire, Witterquick, The Tuts, Lock, Moses, Counting Days, The Ghost Riders In The Sky, Roxanne De Bastion, The Derellas, Black Casino & The Ghost, The RPMs, Hands Off Gretel, Bad Sign, Thunder On The Left, Role Models, Mercutio, Critics, Chinese Missy, False-Heads, The King’s Parade, Louise Distras, Leisure Tank, Suzie Stapleton, Hoodoo Daze, Falling Knives, Emily Lee and Matty James.

And that guy on the bridge who tries to sell you drugs. Obviously.

The Cribs are also set to play a huge not-hometown-but-near-enough date in Leeds this summer.

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