Artist info


Indie, Pop

Sounds like

The Maccabees, orange juice, Jens Lekman

band members

Camden Chan


Chet Baker, Albert Camus, Modernists

Unearthed artists we like

Young Romantics , Twincest


EP will be out next month

CAMDEN, returns with a wine stained romantic glimpse at his forthcoming EP. The lead track 'SCARS' is a charmingly skewed take on 'pop' melodies, complimented with the equally poetic B-Side, 'HEROES'. The track displays his unique ability to photograph emotions through lyrics, which previously won audiences over with his debut singles, "Too Pretty For Punk" and "Handsome Ransom".

This was backed up with an east coast tour, where Camden shared the stage with artists like Alpine and Rufus. All along gaining support from blogs and radio both locally and abroad.

CAMDEN spent the last few months in the studio with Producer WILLSON (New Navy, Flume) developing the sounds of his next release; much of which was inspired upon seeing the Beijing Opera whilst on a writing trip to NYC. There will be a lot to be said about this young crooner in the coming months. The B-Side can be found at New

EP is due in early 2014 "Relaxed percussion and sparkly, drawn-out guitar lines prove the perfect foil for Chan’s crooning vocals — all making for a pretty dreamy listen." G


Reviewed by Amelia Chappelow Amelia Cha...

21 Oct 2013

Triple J

I absolutely lov...

I absolutely love this! It's super dreamy and just a perfect tune! My friend told me to listen because I love Morrissey but your gorgeous voice & this tune is even better than old Mozza!

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Reviewed by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

04 Oct 2013

Triple J

Camden is a man ...

Camden is a man who knows how to write a classy pop tune.

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Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby ...

26 Sep 2013

Triple J

Hooo boy, this i...

Hooo boy, this is pretty tasty stuff from Camden once again. It's less rainy English nights and more breezy Hampdens holidays. Really luxe production from the honey-soaked guitars to the ahh-aaahhs in the background.

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