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The multi-award-winning 2000trees is a 5,000-capacity festival set in the rolling Cotswold Hills. You’ll get 3 nights camping, a friendly, intimate atmosphere and amazing food and locally produced ciders, ales and lagers – plus there’s a distinct absence of all the bad things associated with massive mainstream events!
Please visit www.twothousandtreesfestival.co.uk/ for more information.
The rapid success of Mallory Knox’s debut album ‘Signals’ saw them reaching #1 in the iTunes Rock Chart and #35 in the UK Official Album Charts. Their second album ‘Asymmetry’, and latest album release ‘Wired’, have granted them two times consecutively the coveted Top 20 in the UK official Album Charts, alongside all their singles to date having been playlisted on BBC Radio 1. Their strong live presence has taken them to perform at numerous festivals including Main Stage performances at Reading & Leeds, Download Festival, Radio 1 Big Weekend, Slam Dunk, Warped Tour Rock Am Ring/Rock Im Park and many more across the world. After nearly 9 years together, Mikey left the band. However, 2018 marked a new chapter for Mallory Knox, who continue with Sam Douglas taking the lead on vocals. Mallory Knox is: Sam Douglas – Vocals / Bass; Joe Savins – Guitar; Dave Rawling – Drums; James Gillett – Guitar.
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Nothing But Thieves
Hailing from Southend-on-Sea in Essex, England, Nothing But Thieves make passionate guitar-based rock that balances indie rock artfulness with a pop sensibility. Formed in 2012, Nothing But Thieves feature singer Conor Mason, guitarist Joe Langridge-Brown, guitarist Dominic Craik, bassist Philip Blake, and drummer James Price.
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Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes
Making their name with full-bodied, hard-hitting punk rock reinforced with a hard rock undercurrent, Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes were formed in 2015 by Carter, former lead singer with the successful UK punk band Gallows.
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An explosive duo from Kent, Soft Play (formerly Slaves) are an unmistakably British punk act. They have gained a lot of attention for bringing raw and exciting performances that have a distinct lack of pretentiousness in a British music scene flooded with bands that are leaning more and more towards American-centric influences.
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Lower Than Atlantis
"Loaded with robust, riotous anthems... parading their grunge-rock roots" - Clash Magazine Lower Than Atlantis are a four-piece rock/alternative from Watford, Hertfordshire riding on the wave of British rock talent. Formed in 2007, the band soon became regulars on Radio 1, Scuzz and Kerrang! TV. To date they have achieved three UK top 30 albums, with 2017's 'Safe In Sound' reaching no.8. Taking their musical influences from the likes of Jimmy Eat World and Foo Fighters, they also cite their non-musical influences as "f**king up, binge drinking, poverty and wishing you were still 15 years old."
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Pulled Apart By Horses
Riotous Leeds four-piece whose punk/metal crossover pays more than a slight homage to the sounds of Seattle. Their speed-fuelled thunderous guitars and high-octane vocals draw comparisons to a crazier Queens Of The Stone Age, an artier At The Drive-In or a shoutier Shellac. With crazy song titles 'I Punched A Lion In The Throat', 'I've Got Guestlist To Rory O'Hara's Suicide' and 'Back To The F**k Yeah', the Leeds noisesmiths have a mischievous sense of humour beneath their screeching hardcore jams.
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Dinosaur Pile-Up are a British alt-rock band led by singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Matthew Bigland, whose riffy, grunge-inspired sound has earned comparisons to Nirvana and Foo Fighters. Following a handful of smaller releases, they issued a pair of well-received, hard-rocking albums in 2010's Growing Pains and its 2013 follow-up, Nature Nurture. Although Dinosaur Pile-Up's on-stage personnel has fluctuated over the years, the consistency of their studio sound was a result of Bigland playing every instrument on many of their recordings. However, by 2014 they'd settled on a lineup that included ex-Brownies drummer Mike Sheils and Bigland's longtime friend and former Tribes bassist Jim Cratchley, who appeared on later records like their 2019 Parlophone debut Celebrity Mansions.
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Since first grabbing the attention of the rock world through their 2009 EP Mirrors and its full-length follow-up All Our Kings Are Dead in 2010, Young Guns – consisting of Gustav Wood (vocals), Fraser and John Taylor (guitars) and Simon Mitchell (bass) – have developed a reputation as one of Britain’s most dynamic, exciting and hard-working bands, with acclaim and admiration greeting their every increasingly ambitious move.
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