Camden Crawl 2011 ended last night with a headline set from Razorlight, which saw the band spark mass sing-alongs, drawing from with their canon of hit singles, as a Graham Coxon show causes queues around the block.
Johnny Borrell’s group played tracks including ‘Golden Touch’, ‘Rip It Up’, ‘Somewhere Else’, ‘In The Morning’ and a cover of Edwyn Collins’ ‘A Girl Like You’.
Legendary US rock band The Lemonheads topped the bill at the Kentish Town Forum and British Sea Power headlined the Koko.
Earlier in the day, Graham Coxon‘s intimate show at Proud Galleries was a success with many fans left queuing outside as the venue reached capacity long before his show was due to start.
The ex-Blur man performed his solo material followed by a Q&A session with fans, but some were left disappointed as venue filled up quickly.
Scott Tyler from Cambridge said: “I understand that when it’s full, it’s full, but it would be nice if they let us know we couldn’t get in. I wish he’d played a bigger venue.”
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