The LaFontaines


FESTIVAL FEATURE: Ones To Watch At Reading & Leeds Festival 2019

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!

ALBUM REVIEW: The LaFontaines – Junior

The LaFontaines have got personal on their third album 'Junior', set for release this week via SO Recordings. The Scottish trio have stuck to their genre-mixing ways to create a varied body of music, which looks set to delight fans both old and new.

TRACK BY TRACK: The LaFontaines – Common Problem

Known for their take on some of life’s biggest issues and their memorable blend of musical and vocal styles, there's plenty to delve into when listening to the new The LaFontaines' album, Common Problem. Following on from our review of the record we sat down with Kerr and Darren to find out more in our exclusive track by track.

ALBUM REVIEW: The LaFontaines – Common Problem

The LaFontaines are back with their new album Common Problem, the follow up to debut full-length Class; and there’s not a problem in sight. Known for their take on some of life’s biggest issues including political dilemmas, the weather and global issues, it has resulted in a relatable album that works significantly in their favour.
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FESTIVAL REVIEW: Reading Festival 2017

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...


Following on from their set at Reading Festival we had a chat with The LaFontaines frontman Kerr Okan about their upcoming album Common Problem, the festival weekend and what's next on the cards in 2017.