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Latitude 2015

Summer Camp get Latitude 2015 off to a bright and breezy start

If opening this year’s festival really was a challenge, Summer Camp manage to make it look effortless.

Kicking off the Obelisk Stage on the first day of Latitude was always going to be a bit of a challenge, but for Summer Camp, taking on the opening set is a breeze. As audience members sprint towards the fest’s main stage to be the first at the front, the band have a lot of responsibility riding on their shoulders - you wouldn’t be able to tell.

Fresh from releasing their third album ‘Bad Love’, the duo are in fine form this Friday as they shimmy their way through select slices of their back catalogue. Extended to a four-piece for their live show, their offerings are wonderfully bright and breezy, easing punters into the weekend with their melting pot of 80s style synth pop and shimmering guitars.

From the swagger of ‘Welcome to Condale’ cut ‘Better Off Without You,’ to the infectious funkiness of ‘Fresh’, their set flows together seamlessly, with their newer cuts providing more bigger sounding atmospheric moments throughout their time on stage. If opening this year’s festival really was a challenge, Summer Camp manage to make it look effortless.

Summer Camp get Latitude 2015 off to a bright and breezy start Summer Camp get Latitude 2015 off to a bright and breezy start Summer Camp get Latitude 2015 off to a bright and breezy start Summer Camp get Latitude 2015 off to a bright and breezy start
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