Another year, another outstanding Reading Festival. Taking place over the August Bank Holiday weekend in Richfield Avenue, the three day epic is home to some of the biggest worldwide names spanning across genres far and wide. With a gloriously sunny landscape to top it all off, here's how our weekend at the festival went down...
It only feels like yesterday that we were walking away from a crazy year at Reading Festival and wishing that we could relive every moment, and here we are twelve months down the line with our bags packed and eager as ever to get back into the field. It goes without saying that Reading & Leeds is one of the best weekends of the year, consistently providing a stellar line-up of worldwide talent. With so much to choose from we thought we'd help you out with some of our top picks for the festival - we'll see you down the front!
Be Nothing is everything you'd expect from Boston Manor. Whilst they operate within a somewhat stale pop-punk scene, they're one of the few bands who manage to fit into the genre comfortably, whilst also managing to defy expectations and bring something refreshing to the table.
Boston Manor are rapidly becoming one of the most exciting bands in the British pop-punk scene. Ahead of their set at Slam Dunk Midlands we sat down with vocalist Henry Cox and guitarist Mike Cunniff to find out just how this experience is for them.