The art collection contains pieces by creatives who have been involved in the band's musical journey, there's also the opportunity for fans to submit their own work to be displayed in the art show.
There’s always been bands, like Pendulum or The Prodigy, who have forged dance elements with guitar music to create an explosion of both sound and energy, but the line between rock and electronic has recently become even more blurred. Turning to computer generated effects has become commonplace for everyone from Silverstein to The Used and with their third album 'GLUE', Boston Manor joined the ranks.
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!