Band of Skulls © Paul Grace

Band of Skulls © Paul Grace

Band of Skulls

Camden Roundhouse, London

26th October 2016

Band of Skulls recently rolled into the big smoke and Paul Grace was there to capture the action.

Southampton’s Band of Skulls’ By Default tour stopped by Camden’s Roundhouse last week and I was asked to photograph the performance. During the exhilarating show, the band’s trademark blues-rock effortlessly filled the Roundhouse with Russell Marsden and Emma Richardson’s vocals working perfectly in both unison and independently of one another, and the crowd showed them big (and loud!) love. Several stained glass windows had been erected to the rear of the stage and the intense spotlights added to the drama. Definitely a band to watch – I can see these guys quickly grow into the bigger venues such as Brixton Academy or similar. Here’s what I saw…


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All words and photos by Paul Grace. For more of his writing and photos go to his archive. Paul is on Facebook, tweets as @pgracephoto and his website is

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  1. It’s easy to imagine the power behind Band of Skulls’ music filling massive venues, it’s just around the corner for them. Love that you managed to capture this power in your photographs too.


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