"Each song had its own dynamic, a couple of my personal favourites were the funky groove and infectious chorus of ‘Keep it on the Down-Low’ (that’s going to stay in the live set for a long time) and the excellent ‘Judgement Day’ with its distinctive jaunty guitar hook. The slow burn of the acoustic based ‘Mammon’ was another highlight. The word eclectic often gets misused but not in the case of Wille and the Bandits who take a variety of rich ingredients from the past and put it into their particular blender to produce an imaginative take on the Blues that is totally original. Catch them when you can." That was part of our take on Wille & The Bandits O2 Academy Islington gig back in March, and frontman Wille Edwards (pictured) returns to London tonight, at Camden's Green Note, the last of his seven-date solo UK tour, raising awareness of the crisis of homelessness in the UK, and to support charities that are doing work in this field in the lead-up to Christmas.