August Bank Holiday, also known as Reading & Leeds Festival weekend, is just around the corner and, as always, the line-up in 2019 proves to be one of the most strong and diverse out there. Booking a plethora of big names, as well as championing some of the most exciting up-and-coming names, there is plenty to choose from - so the big question is, who do you choose to see? Here are our ones to watch at Reading & Leeds Festival to help you decide!
People say if you form a band, play the music you love. Or they tell you do what’s cool for the money. Blood Youth are only listening to those first people. Well...that and a whole lot of turn of the century post-hardcore and nu-metal. We went down to the Glasgow leg of the band's recent tour, where they were joined by Palm Reader and Lotus Eater.
There's been a lot of excitement surrounding Blood Youth in the run up to the release of their new album 'Starve', and we can see why. Even though the band haven't left their roots and still have their ‘old-school’ vibe, there is so much more depth to their new material. Here's what we thought of their latest effort.
An August Bank Holiday tradition for many is spending the weekend at Reading Festival, seeing some of the biggest names and exciting new acts from wide-spanning genres. With our fingers firmly crossed that summer would continue for just three more days, here’s what happened during our annual trip to the festival.