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Hevy Music Festival: Feeder + Ash + Gary Numan + Hundred Reasons + Kids In Glass Houses + Attack! Attack! + Sonic Boom Six + In Case Of Fire + Lights Go Blue + Eleven Eleven + Kingskin
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Since they began in 1992, Newport's Welsh rockers Feeder have sold over 5 million records. Always exhilarating, always celebratory, singles like ‘Just The Way I’m Feeling’, ‘Buck Rogers’ ‘Feeling A Moment’ and ‘Lost And Found’ are just some of the 25 hits the band have enjoyed over the years, along with nine studio albums, six of which reached the UK top 10. There have been various line-up changes along the way, but Grant Nicholas and Taka Hirose remain the force to keep feeding their music hungry fans.
Feeder tour dates
Northern Ireland's favourite sons who hit the big time with their massive debut album '1977'. As part of the mid-nineties Britpop phenomenon, Ash always stood out as the rebels of the genre, making grungy post-rock and anthemic indie, which, to this day, has gained them rave reviews and a strong and loyal following.
Ash tour dates
After rising to fame in 1978 as the first ever 'synthesizer star' with Tubeway Army, Numan topped the UK Charts with Are Friends Electric? and Cars, and achieved 3 amazing successive number one albums. Numan has continued to mine a rich artistic vein with heavy, electronic rock albums such as Pure and Hybrid.
Gary Numan tour dates
High octane, adrenaline-fuelled heaviness with a soulful core from this five-piece band that won the Kerrang! Best New British Band Award 2000. There's no big 'rock' attitude, arrogant views or pretentious behaviour, just great songs, loads of emotion and energy.
Hundred Reasons tour dates
Cardiff's Kids In Glass Houses, whose pop-rock sound and catchier-than-catchy tunes saw them nominated for Best British Newcomers at the 2007 Kerrang! Awards and touring with Funeral For A Friend. They announced their split in 2014, posting a statement on their official website.
Kids In Glass Houses tour dates
An emo-pop-rock group from South Wales. Attack! Attack! are currently signed to American label Rock Ridge with a string of festival dates already behind them. Their invigorating power-punk sound is already making waves.
Attack! Attack! tour dates
SB6 are a group in the tradition of UK punk bands such as The Specials, The Clash and King Prawn that push the musical envelope by mixing contemporary underground sounds of the UK with a rocking live show and educational lyrics. Although there really is no-one else quite like these energetic ragga muffins. Expect a variety, from hiphop beats to summer vibes and skacore riffs, this band have it all. 'Miss Dynamite fronting CapDown'.
Sonic Boom Six tour dates
Like Queens Of The Stone Again crossed with The Mars Volta, according to MTV - Irish hard rocking trio who have indeed supported QOTSA on their UK tour. Definite candidates for the future of British metal.
In Case Of Fire tour dates