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Fri 27th Jun
Glastonbury Festival: Pyramid Stage
@ Worthy Farm, Glastonbury
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Glastonbury Festival: Pyramid Stage: Kings Of Leon + The Fratellis + Editors + Gossip + The Feeling + KT Tunstall + Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly. + The Subways + Kate Nash
The biggest, best and most sought after festival in the UK, Glastonbury is the festival to go to. The biggest names in rock and pop literally fight to play the main stages, while the rest of the site is scattered with the best in smaller, unknown bands, poetry, comedy and theatre events, and all the weird and wonderful surprises that make Glastonbury so unique and so special. See www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/ for more info. Please note that only REGISTERED APPLICANTS are eligible to buy tickets. For UK phone sales of tickets, please call 0800 079 2008.
Tennessean alt-rock group comprised of three brothers and a cousin. The Kings Of Leon take their titles very seriously, producing country-laden rock’n’roll with hints of blues and boogie-woogie. Brought up in the Deep South and having spent most of their childhood’s travelling, the Kings Of Leon (whose name comes from the brother’s father and grandfather) have a deep, drawling, rootsy sound and a suitable legacy to match.
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Glasgow trio The Fratellis had phenomenal success with their debut album 'Costello Music' entering the U.K Album Chart at number 2, and went on to win the Best British Breakthrough Act at the Brit Awards in 2007. Following the release of their second album 'Here We Stand' the band toured America with sell-out shows in New York, Boston and Los Angeles before parting ways to pursue solo projects. Jon, Barry and Mince announced their reformation in 2012 following their four year hiatus.
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This Birmingham-based quartet have enjoyed a rapid rise to success since they met at college in Staffordshire in 2003. An intense sound influenced by iconic bands such as Joy Division, Echo and the Bunnymen and Interpol, their success story began when their 2005 debut album 'The Back Room' reached no. 2 in the UK, selling over half a million copies. Meanwhile 2007's 'An End Has A Start' and 2009's 'In This Light And On This Evening' both reached the no.1 position, and 2013's 'The Weight Of Your Love' also hit the top ten. No mean feat for a band still considered to be "alternative".
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This Arkansas trio have weapons of mass destruction in their no high-hat style drumming, innovative guitar tuning and charming vocals. All of these create a bluesy nu-wave garage rock sound.
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Five-piece indie-popsters The Feeling, have a string of recognisable, radio-friendly hits under their belts aided by their unadulterated brand of ‘proper’ pop. Harking back to the heady days of The Beatles and Supertramp, the Feeling are a good-time band, whose foot-stomping, heart-wrenching anthems will melt the coldest of hearts. 'They write ornate and soaring conversational love songs, full of heart, bittersweet observation and unashamed street-level Englishness.' (Observer Music Monthly)
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The BRIT awards winner of Best British Female Solo Artist of 2006 needs little introduction these days - the evidence of her success is unavoidable in Britain today. By her own testimony, her rather personal and reflective music is rooted in her adopted childhood; 'I grew up knowing I could have had a million different lives. It makes your life mysterious and your imagination go wild.' She's earned a solid reputation as a live performer and also pioneered the use of live sampling in chart music, which features significantly in her concerts with the use of a pedal she refers to as 'Wee B**tard'.
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A lot has happened since way back in 2006 when Get Cape Wear Cape Fly, aka Southend boy Sam Duckworth, began touring in a beat up car with a laptop, guitar and the brace of catchy, heartrending tunes. Following many performances, collaborations and travelling to Nigeria and the Congo as part of Damon Albarn's Africa Express, Sam returns with his fifth album 'Maps', a more happy and upbeat body of work than his previous releases. Where before Sam's love of post-hardcore was evident in his emotive songs, he now seeks influence in his Britpop heroes Blur, The Streets, Super Furry Animals and Gomez. 'Maps' is full of big ideas, sing-a-longs and shouty punk refrains. It should please old Get Cape fans, but also reach new ones.
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The Welwyn Garden City trio (Billy Lunn – guitar/vocals, Charlotte Cooper – bass/vocals and Josh Morgan – drums) started playing in their local area in 2003 and, after beating 5000 applicants, they were picked by Michael Eavis to play at Glastonbury. Hype surrounded them in the wake of that performance, and judging by the relentless urgent energy and polished songwriting they are able to conjure up, it seems justified.
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With her first two albums, 2007's Made of Bricks and 2010's My Best Friend Is You, Kate Nash found both mainstream success and a legion of young female fans who snapped her up as their very own post-punk feminist icon. She was a MySpace phenomenon before she even had a record deal - such was the excitement about her debut album that Made of Bricks was released two months ahead of schedule and went straight to No. 1.
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Venue: Worthy Farm
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