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The event, split over two days, will feature 16 up-and-coming bands from the Birmingham area and beyond and we can exclusively reveal the first 6 to play.
We can’t reveal any of the confirmed acts just yet, but we’re so excited to have them play for us this June…
Our man with the camera Paul Reynolds popped down to The Victoria on Saturday for Hoopla Blue’s ‘Mother’ EP launch, where support came from Racing and William The Bastard.
We’ve got one pair of weekend tickets to this year’s festival up for grabs, which include VIP/artist camping and access to the backstage bar and even the backstage toilets.
Following on from the success of our sold-out shows with Crystal Fighters, God Damn and The Wytches in the last few months, we’re delighted to announce that PAWS will be coming to Birmingham to play an intimate show for us.
Ten years ago last month, Franz Ferdinand released their debut, self-titled LP and dancefloors up and down the country were full of those indie anthems that everyone now seems to know.
Birmingham quartet Peace have locked themselves away to write the follow up to 2013′s In Love but today they’ve unveiled a brand new track.
Band also release tour trailer which features footage from Birmingham show last December
This year’s tour comes to Birmingham’s Institute (please note the venue change from O2 Academy) with headliners Interpol and support bands Temples, Royal Blood & Circa Waves
Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore and American cult-heroes The Felice Brothers also join the bill