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Sicknote And Everything Sucks Christmas Weekender : Personal Best, Molar, The Potentials, Charmpit, Happy Accidents, Dean Day
It will be a weekend full of joy, bands, films, stalls, food, drinks and much more.
Personal Best are a Newport/Bristol band featuring Katie from Bedford Falls, El, Tom and Jay. They play perfect punk-pop songs, with a sound indepted to bands like Superchunk, Best Coast and The Muffs, but filled with their own super melodic spirit. "A short but sweet set of indie-pop tunes featuring fuzzy guitar riffs, great melodic hooks, a powerful rhythm section and a nostalgic sense of adolescent longing" - Fear Of Fiction.
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Straight from Sunnydale High via London, The Potentials play feminist and queer songs, dealing with the world of Buffy. Packed full of hoot, just a little bit of nanny, expect the unexpected (and that song about Cibo Matto).
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Charmpit are popstar punk trio from California. Deemed a "delightfully lo-fi affair," they bring bright harmonies and garage band sparkle to your world. Armed with jangly guitar, hard hitting bass and bouncing drums they're on a mission to crop your tops and top the cops.
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Formed by brothers Rich and Neil Mandell and Phoebe Cross back in 2014, Happy Accidents craft the kind of earworms that will be rattling round your head for months to come – fusing their deep-seated love of 90s punk and indie, whilst still managing to sound as fresh as any of their contemporaries.
Quickly making a name for themselves in DIY punk circles, they’ve captured the attention of fans and peers alike with with their unique pairing of introspective lyrics with the biggest hooks they can muster.
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