LIVE AT THE CAMDEN CLUB

Come join us for live music at The Camden Club.

Doors open at 7:00pm, free entry, full menu & bar

This evening we have live music from:

8:00pm TBA

8:30pm THE SUPERPHONE

9:00pm FERGUS

10:00pm THE BREAKDOWN

8:30PM THE SUPERPHONE

8:30PM THE SUPERPHONE

The Superphone are an original 4-piece folk band. Having developed and performed their style of folk music around the venues in Manchester, including sell out shows at Night and Day, The Roadhouse and many more, they have performed around the UK at some of the most iconic venues in Manchester, Liverpool and London to name a few.

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Following on from their successful debut album ‘That was then and this is now’ they have a jam packed 2023 with several festival spots already secured with many more on the way including headline gigs and support slots.
Accompanying all of this is a first class batch of new material ready to go. They plan to release a new song every 7–8 weeks throughout the year, culminating with a fantastic festive treat to take us into Christmas 2023 and end the year in style. Their sound which has been described as ‘if The Eagles met The Beatles’ is one not to be missed.
Their unique songwriting style makes their music easy to listen to, easy to sing along to, and more importantly easy to love. Their set is one not to be missed as they deliver a superb live performance every single time.

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9:00pm FERGUS

9:00pm FERGUS

FERGUS has received critical acclaim from the likes of BBC Radio 1, 6 Music, Radio X, Clash, HUNGER, Wonderland, Songwriting Magazine, Atwood, WTHB, TMR and Hidden Herd. Collectively his songs have amassed over millions of streams on streaming services.

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Music has always framed his life. A choirboy with perfect pitch, he grew up around a mother who doted on classical music, and a tone deaf father who matched his lack of musical skill to an omnivorous love of punk, folk, pop, and heaven knows what else. “I’ve always been moved by music,” he reflects. “I’m not actually that visibly emotional in life, I’m more internal. Music has always been there, so that’s how my emotions get out.”

A window to view the world through music is wrapped around his being. As a child, he performed across the globe with the King’s College choir, obeying the strict dictums of choral life.

Winding up studying in Bristol, he became a fixture on the city’s open mic scenes. Desperate to learn his craft, FERGUS tried to unlock something inside himself – yet the more he tried, the more anxious he became. “I didn’t really have confidence in the songs,” he sighs. “I didn’t see the reaction I would have needed to have gained that confidence. I didn’t really notice my own skills, basically. It took a good couple of years until I actually developed my own way of playing guitar.”

His parents attended a charity event, and won a day’s studio time – the producer at the helm was Jake Gosling, one of pop’s heaviest hitters.

The two instantly hit it off. FERGUS and Jake sat for hours in the studio, swapping reference points, discussing gigs, and reminiscing about key songs in their lives. “I kept saying that my goal is originality. It’s my number one. I’ve relaxed a bit with it, but I had a chip on my shoulder about being original. I didn’t want to use any chord sequence, or any lyrics that had been used before. And Jake liked that.”

After a while, the producer asked to hear a song, and FERGUS dutifully obliged. He played ‘Sinking’ – which has since gained several million global plays – before Jake nodded, and asked for another. By the end of the day, they’d made plans to record again, and FERGUS was promptly signed to the producer’s in-house imprint Goldun Egg Records, one of the new breed of independent labels carving a name for themselves where the artist comes first.

2018 brought debut EP ‘Purple Road’, before FERGUS released his beautiful follow up ‘Three Of Swords’. Each new project brought fresh confidence – Jake speckled his folk-hewn elements with pop magic, adding lush electronics and string adornments to those incredibly personal revelations. 2020 brought the ‘Closer Quarters’ acoustic EP, a stripped down selection that went straight to the core of FERGUS’ work. All the while his audience was growing and growing – songs like ‘Not Enough’ or ‘Nobody Knows’ have cut deep to the heart of thousands of people.

FERGUS’ debut album, a song cycle that touches on matters of the heart. “It’s a love album,” he smiles, “about all the aspects of love and relationships, and the ups and the downs. It’s been over two years in the making. I’m fascinated by bodies of work that are really cohesive, and that tell a story. That’s what I’m hoping to do with this one.”

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10:00pm THE BREAKDOWN

10:00pm THE BREAKDOWN

The Breakdown are a melodic rock band based in London and founded in 2019 by teenage friends from around the south-east. Formed out of the ashes of a previous band, and reuniting after a chance encounter 15-years later, the quintet began just 3 weeks before the nationwide lockdowns.

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During this time the band have been working hard on writing new material for the imminent release of their debut full-length) album “Open the Barricades” At its heart is a classic rock album with modern sensibilities that follows the well-trodden British musical tradition. Elements of XTC and The Smiths can be found mingled across their songs, along with more contemporary musical influences. It broods in crushing guitars and arpeggiated synths, but this is no pop-homage; whilst the tracks lure with catchy riffs, killer melodies, and nostalgic lyrics; beneath the surface there are undercurrents of despair at modernity.

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Date

Feb 03 2023
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Time

7:00 pm

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