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BurnOut Atticus Stage: Yashin + Blitz Kids + The Computers + Lemuria + Save Your Breath + Neck Deep + Verses + The Afterparty + Hill Valley High + The Smoking Hearts
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.
Hailing from Glasgow, the post-hardcore six-piece Yashin have steadily assembled an army of fans across the UK and Europe with their distinctive sound and ability to capture live crowds.
Yashin tour dates
Riotous indie rockers from Nantwich and Crewe who take the melodic rock and punk-pop template made successful by the likes of Taking Back Sunday, You Me At Six and My Chemical Romance. Formed in 2009, they found themselves on the underground circuit for a while, but their 2014 album 'The Good Youth' finally saw them cross over to a wider audience, thanks to its catchy hooks, powerful riffs and a skill at writing bigger anthems than ever before.
Blitz Kids tour dates
This Exeter quintet's sound lies somewhere inbetween Elvis Costello and The Attractions and Black Flag, with some Rocket From The Crypt thrown in for good measure!
The Computers tour dates
Female-fronted pop punk from Buffalo, USA, consisting of band members Alex Kerns, Sheena Ozzella, and Max Gregor.
Lemuria tour dates
Newport, south Wales punk,pop five-piece who decided to hang up their guitars after they play their last ever tour in 2015. With hardcore, punk and pop punk groups such as Green Day, Bad Brains, Saves The Day. they take in their primary influences, Save Your Breath started writing upbeat songs with "positive, inspirational lyrics" which at the time set them apart from the teenage heartache-laden themes of their contemporaries.
Save Your Breath tour dates
A five piece pop-punk band from Wales. Vocalist Ben Barlow, guitarists Lloyd Roberts and Matt West, bassist Fil Thorpe-Evans and drummer Dani Washington are a set of lads who describe themselves as down-to-earth who ‘write songs that we like and talk about things that mean something to us.’ With an electric, ambitious and lively attitude, the lads have created fast, catchy and enjoyable songs. Neck Deep recently signed a wide album deal with Hopeless Records, home to bands such as All Time Low, Yellowcard, We Are The In Crowd.
Neck Deep tour dates
Brighton rock four piece. Since forming in 2010, the band have paid their dues and toured relentlessly to build up a solid fanbase and prove that they’re in this for the long haul and not just a band looking for overnight success!
“No longer just a promising band, Verses set themselves out as serious contenders” - Rock Sound. “You sense that this might indeed be the start of something” - Kerrang
Verses tour dates
There is no such thing as a dull moment for The Smoking Hearts. Live shows have seen guitars smashed and drum kits sprawled across stages and it is not uncommon to find half the band playing in the crowd while singer Ben Mills is in the back of the venue, on the bar, or hanging from the rafters, all the while coercing the crowd into joining the party. Playing with the likes of The Used, Asking Alexandria, Gallows, Death By Stereo, Andrew WK, The Smoking Hearts have cemented their reputation as one of the most exciting young bands in the U.K.
The Smoking Hearts tour dates