June 19, 2017 |

The Strypes Live at Dingwalls, Camden

The Strypes Live at Dingwalls, Camden

June 19, 2017 |

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On 13th June 2017, the best-dressed boys in music, The Strypes, headed to Camden's Dingwalls for what turned out to be probably one of the best gigs that venue has seen.

Before The Strypes, the crowd were warmed up first by Sasha Adamczewski who killed it with his raspy vocals and blues-y, rock n' roll grooves atop an extremely talented backing band. Songs like 'Jet Black Jelly' and 'Deep Blue Sea' are definitely ones to check out. At only 23, expect big things from him.

Man and The Echo came on next with smart and sometimes political lyrics, much appreciated anti-tory banter, and a retro sound. Although their sound mixing was a little bit off, they were still a great watch, and definitely worth a listen.

Then the main event: The Strypes. Coming on with 'Behind Closed Doors' they then showed off a whole host of new material, which all went down really well. They have one of the most energetic live shows I've ever had the pleasure of experiencing. There wasn't a moment they were stood still and the crowd definitely picked up on that - I don't think there was a single person in the room not going absolutely insane. Extra props to Pete the bassist who cut his finger in the first few minutes, and carried on playing like a pro without a plaster.