The first bunch of artists have been announced for the Camden Crawl.

Among them are The King Blues, Hexes, James Yuill, Brakes, Fight Like Apes, The Whip and The Von Bondies.

The full list of those set to play over the weekend of April 24-25 are:

An Experiment On A Bird In The Air Pump, Bleech, Brakes, Chew Lips, Dan Black, Danny & The Champions Of The World, Datarock, Detropix, Die! Die! Die!, Drums Of Death, Fight Like Apes, Flashguns, Foy Vance, General Fiasco, Goldheart Assembly, Goldielocks, Heartbreak, Hexes, I Blame Coco, It Hugs Back, James Yuill, Jim Jones Revue, Josh Weller, Kasms, Lion Club, Little Comets, Little Death, Man Like Me, Marina And The Diamonds, Newham Generals, Patrick Wolf, Peggy Sue, Pulled Apart By Horses, S.C.U.M, Skint & Demoralised, Sleepercurve, The Barker Band, The Chapman Family, The Computers, The Cordelier Club, The Dead Formats, The Joy Formidable, The King Blues, The Temper Trap, The Von Bondies, The Whip, The XX, Threatmantics, Three Trapped Tigers, Toddla T, Tommy Sparks and VV Brown.

Many more will be announced in the coming weeks. Tickets for the Camden Crawl are on sale now.

If you’re yet to attend the Camden Crawl, the event features hundreds of acts playing across venues in Camden, including the new addition in 2009 of the Roundhouse.

Ticketholders are given a wristband which gains them entry to all gigs, with the exact running order not revealed until the day of the festival.

As well as the nighttime activity, the Crawl gives you daytime gigs, an outdoor stage, live street art and exhibitions, comedy, poetry and book slams, magic and theatrics, pop quizs, films, DJs and aftershow club nights.