Glastonbury 2017
28 – 2013 Meh 30, Worthy Farm, Pilton
Camp Stag
Camp Stag
Dydd Sadwrn 29 Meh 2013 BBC Introducing Stage
Supported by BBC Introducing from Stoke

Stoke-On-Trent four piece Camp Stag are a familiar name for BBC Introducing. Following regular support from their local show, their single Sirens was plucked out by Huw Stephens for his Wednesday night show. This was in addition to plays on BBC 6 Music and Xfm.

With years of experience as performers and promoters, Camp Stag’s output is controlled, intelligent and intricate indie with plenty of touches and tributes to their influences; Radiohead, The National and Wilco.

After forming in 2011, the band have already shared stages with The 1975, Holy Esque and Dry The River and, alongside Glastonbury, will be playing Tramlines and Kendal Calling festivals this summer.

Stoke-On-Trent four piece Camp Stag are a familiar name for BBC Introducing. Following regular support from their local show, their single Sirens was plucked out by Huw Stephens for his Wednesday night show. This was in addition to plays on BBC 6 Music and Xfm.

With years of experience as performers and promoters, Camp Stag’s output is controlled, intelligent and intricate indie with plenty of touches and tributes to their influences; Radiohead, The National and Wilco.

After forming in 2011, the band have already shared stages with The 1975, Holy Esque and Dry The River and, alongside Glastonbury, will be playing Tramlines and Kendal Calling festivals this summer.

Rhestr caneuon ar BBC Introducing Stage ar 2013 Meh 29 yn Worthy Farm, Pilton

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