As far as line-ups go when you put Nervus, Cultdreams and Milk Teeth on the same bill you’re guaranteed to not only have a great night of live music, but also a crowd of open-minded fans willing to embrace and enjoy everything thrown their way. When this tour rolled into The Anvil in Bournemouth last week we got to experience the strength and solidarity of this scene first hand and had a great time in the process.
2000trees is one of our favourite festivals, ever. The 2019 edition had an absolutely stacked line-up and we at Bring The Noise UK spent all three days rushing around like crazy, trying to catch as much as possible. A arrival slightly later than planned, thanks to the ever wonderful traffic coming out of South Wales, meant that we were unable to catch the very start of the festival. However, we managed to cram a load of great bands in and still had an incredible day one!
It's almost that time again, as we prepare to pack our bags and make our way to Upcote Farm for one of our favourite festivals of the year, 2000trees. Year-on-year the line-up offers some of the best names in alternative music, so we've picked our must-see bands at this year's festival!
This weekend Teddy Rocks Festival returns to Charisworth Farm in full swing, with a huge line-up across three days - and what's more, for a fantastic cause. With plenty to choose from over the weekend, here are some of the bands that we think you should be checking out!
Nervus are back with their second full length release 'Everything Dies'. A Powerful, yet wonderfully tuneful journey through alternative rock that engages the listener throughout. This album is Em Foster turning her insightful lyricism away from the introspective subject matter of their previous release and towards the outside world.