Ian’s DJing side project, L’Amour La Morgue, will also play Reading on 30th August in the dance tent, time not known though.
L’Amour La Morgue is capable of quite a lot… making your music better, making your face meltier, generally blowing your mind… but the one thing LALM (or, Ian Watkins of Lostprophets) cannot do is be in two places at once. We’re working on it, but the science is not quite ready.
And so it is with serious, serious regret that Watkins must pull out of his scheduled appearance at the inaugural Camden Rocks Festival. “I’m gutted that I won’t be making it back for the show,” he said, “but the guys and I are putting the finishing touches on what we feel is the Lostprophets best record we’ve ever made, and I really need to be in Los Angeles to make sure every last bit is perfect.” That said, the opportunity to contribute to fundraising for the Teenage Cancer Trust should not be taken lightly, and L’Amour La Morgue headquarters urges everyone to head out and support the cause on Saturday.
Many thanks to the Trust and Kerrang! for their work and understanding in this matter, and let’s hope to reconvene and make up for it soon.
“LOSTPROPHETS lead singer Ian Watkins will headline an all-star one-off concert on New Year’s Eve.
The gig has been organised by the 31-year-old from Pontypridd to support the work of the Kidney Wales Foundation, as he is today named the charity’s new ambassador for young people.
Watkins will urge fans at the concert to sign the NHS Organ Donor Register in an attempt to increase the number of organs available for transplant.”
Read more here
9pm, The Promised Land, Cardiff. £4 entry
Ians doing some DJ sets in the following places:
27th September – Liverpool – Krazyhouse
7th October – Cardiff – Liquid
8th October – Newcastle – Sea Night Club
9th October – Glasgow – Byblos Club
14th October – Hertfordshire Uni – The Font
17th October – Swansea – Vice Club