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Loitered Lens: 4th Labyrinth

Photos of the exuberant 4th Labyrinth at Cambridge Rock Festival 2016

4th Labyrinth are one of those bands who are next to impossible to pigeonhole, highlighted by the way they’ve named their album Quattro Staggioni.

They played an eclectic mix of styles from funk to organ-driven psychedelic rock at Cambridge Rock Festival 2016, with a top-hatted keyboard-playing singer who bore more than a passing resemblance to Bigelf’s Damon Fox, and a bassist who dances and plays at the same time.

Alongside their own material they threw in covers of Jethro Tull’s ‘Locomotive Breath’ with a Hammond organ solo replacing the flute, and a bonkers version of Wings’ ‘Live and Let Die’.

– Tim Hall, reviewing Cambridge Rock Festival 2016

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