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BurnOut Front Stage: The Skints + Arcane Roots + Tellison + Gnarwolves + HildaMay + Jody Has A Hitlist + Burn The Fleet
Burn Out Festival 2013! Big bands, small venue.
This years event sees the main stage at The Old Fire Station and the second stage at The Anvil.
The event is for age 16 and over, and will see over 46 bands play across the weekend.
See www.burnoutfest.co.uk/ for further information.
Incredible East London Ska and reggae band. They earned their formidable reputation live and the first album has sold more than 7500 copies with zero PR. Their 2nd album in 2012, 'Part & Parcel', mixed Jamaican styles with pop hooks, grimey raps, filthy basslines and a punk rock work ethic to create a sound familiar to newcomers, yet unique below the surface.
The Skints tour dates
London-based three-piece, formed in 2009. The band are influenced by the likes of Fall of Troy, Foals, Refused, At the Drive-In and The Mars Volta, with a sound that is ambitious and pop, heavy and epic, comfortingly familiar and something completely unique all at the same time.
Arcane Roots tour dates
Soaring and strident rock'n'roll moderne. This band have an Idlewild feel, with strong songs and groovy vocals.
Tellison tour dates
Gruff punk pop played by Cornish boys living in Brighton. "Gnarwolves are beginning to get the knack for this pop-punk thing, embedding memorable melodies into blink-and-you’ll-miss-‘em gems that will no doubt be the sound of many a party. One of the best and most exciting on the UK pop-punk scene at the moment" - Alterthepress.com
Gnarwolves tour dates
Rockin' punk-pop five-piece from Dublin, Ireland, rising from the ashes of former rock band Steer Clear. The Meteor Award nominated band possess a winning combination of catchy choruses with buzzin' guitar hooks and boyish good looks. Fans of Lostprophets, My Chemical Romance and New Found Glory will find much to love in Jody's brand of emo-pop.
Jody Has A Hitlist tour dates
Formed in February 2008, Burn the Fleet is made up of four students from Southampton who having all played in bands previously, decided to form a new band at university. After practicing and writing hidden away for five months they hit the studio in time to have their debut EP ready within a month of their first show. With a sound somewhere between the size of Deftones and the melodies of Second Smile. There are exciting times ahead for this phenomenal live band.
Burn The Fleet tour dates