Photos: HAUS at Camden Assembly in aid of War Child UK

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The night consisted of indie pop quintet SHE, Aylesbury rockers Blushes, Kent alt-rock quartet The Young Hearts and headliners HAUS, who play their last London show for a while. The music was held to a constant pace throughout the night, all the acts kept the crowd energised and entertained, even in the 30 degree heat.

I haven’t been to the Camden Assembly since it changed its name from the Barfly over two years ago! And it hasn’t changed much either, the sound system inside is incredible and when it’s £4.50 a pint there’s not much you can complain about.

All for a good cause, the crowd came in numbers as HAUS put in a performance that completely brought the place to life.

© All photos taken by Alex Pearson for IndieCentralMusic.