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Camden Rocks presents Bad Day Blues Band & more at The Lounge
Saturday, March 31st, 2018
6:00 PM
The Lounge
London, United Kingdom
Camden Rocks Festival proudly presents London's soul-pop Bad Day Blues Band plus Far Suns Fall, Hightown Parade and Flare Voyant at The Lounge Promotion-Nightclub Kolis..

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 -


The Bad Day Blues Band -
Sometimes it feels good to be bad. The motto of The Bad Day Blues Band, the most exciting new soul/pop/blues group in years.
Established in 2016 they have already played at the UK’s best jazz, soul and blues venues. They are signed to Authentic Soul Records and have already gathered great interest from the public and media alike. They have international sponsorship by some major brands which a testament to how good they are.
They enjoy their growing reputation as the bad guys of the blues scene, known as soulful and charismatic live showmen, dedicated to giving audiences an experience they’ll never forget. They constantly strive to push the boundaries of their instruments and change perceptions of blues in mainstream society.

Far Suns Fall -
Far Suns Fall combine all the eclectic influences from Blues, Rock, Alternative and Folk. Added with emotional filled lyrics which make honest music

Hightown Parade -
There’s a theatricality to this Brighton 4 pieces sound that’s flamboyant and musically diverse, echoing the likes of Queen and T-Rex, mixed with a simple Rock’n’Roll revivalism and radio friendly pop rock. Hightown Parades 1st single “Choose” received Planet Rock playlist adds and is the perfect introduction to the band, Two and a half minutes of instantly memorable bombastic rock.

Flare Voyant -
“Flare Voyant brings something special to the flooded music scene. They epitomise Rock and Roll while still producing a sound we haven’t heard a million times before. They achieve what so many bands try to and fail at, and this is precisely why they are the sonic boom of creativity this decade has been missing”
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