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Monday, 29 June 2015

GLASTONBURY 2015: BEST BITS


This weekend has absolutely flown by with Glastonbury captivating eyes from all across the globe. There were so many amazing moments during the festival but we have worked hard to pick out the most captivating ones to make sure you guys haven't missed all the best bits, whether you were there or not!



Lianna La Havas 
What You Don't Do 

This girl blew everybody away with her astonishing performance. You do not want to miss her playing with Paolo Nutini this Thursday at Summer In The City, Manchester. Tickets available HERE.


Alvvays 
Archie, Marry Me 

Alvvays are tipped to be the indie band of the moment, and what way better to prove this than a knockout set at Glastonbury? Luckily for you, Alvvays are touring this year and tickets are available HERE


Gregory Porter
Liquid Spirit 

We told you not to miss him. If you were foolish enough not to take our advice then we will forgive you... IF you watch this mind-blowing performance from one of the great modern day jazz artists. He is quickly becoming a must see on the festival scene, so make sure you get your tickets to V Festival to watch him and many others HERE. 


Slaves 
The Hunter

The power generated from this heavy rock duo is second to none. The frontman, also the drummer, Isaac Holman, has the audience in his hands, and his sticks, as his energy is transferred to everybody who witnessed the carnage of this set at Glastonbury. Witness for yourself and get your tickets for their upcoming tour HERE.


George Ezra
Did You Hear The Rain? 

Possibly the hottest singer/songwriter at this very moment, and his performance on the biggest stage of all justifies this. If he can repeat this performance as half as well as he did last weekend at V Festival then you will be in for a treat. Get your tickets HERE


Leon Bridges
Coming Home

Leon has the smoothest voice in the business which can change anyone's mood in a second. GET YOUR TICKETS for his tour, which promises one not to be missed. 


Hot Chip
Need You Now

They came back, and they promised not to disappoint... A promise they certainly took seriously. They were awesome. Do not miss out on their tour, you'll thank us for this one. Get your tickets HERE


Courteeners 
Not Nineteen Forever

 On the back of a great concert at Heaton Park earlier in June, they took off from where they left at Glastonbury this year. God bless the band. Tickets to their V Festival performance are available HERE.


The Vaccines 
Dream Lover 

The Vaccines are an inspiring indie-punk band who have matured fantastically over the years. With influences of early Ramones, they have grown into their own style which was so clearly visible at Glasto. Do not miss the chance to see them on tour. Tickets HERE.


Steel Pulse 
Chant A Psalm

For many, Bob Marley's favourite band Steel Pulse provide the sound track for summer. Their groovy rock-steady beats were perfect for a Sunday afternoon at Glastonbury. 


Mark Ronson
Uptown Funk

Mark lit up Glastonbury this year, and of course, possibly the most famous song he's ever produced 'Uptown Funk' was one of the highlights of his set. Guest appearance after guest appearance kept his performance one you could not take your eyes off and promises to be just as mesmerizing at V Festival this year. 
GET YOUR TICKETS.


Circa Waves
T-Shirt Weather 

Happy chord sequences, joyful lyrics and twangy guitars can only mean one thing. Circa Waves. They were brilliant this year and their tour promises great things. Get your tickets HERE


The Chemical Brothers
Saturate

Everybody who saw these were dancing. From the party goers in the front row to those sat at home in their front room, The Chemical Brothers' tunes and production to match was one of the best sights of the festival. 


Florence And The Machine 
Ship To Wreck

The stand-in headliners certainly looked like no substitute as Florence and co completely owned the stage on Friday night. The first headline performance of the festival is always a tough one, but The Machine made it look like a piece of cake. 



Catfish And The Bottlemen 
Pacifier

After the release of their first album, 'The Balcony', Catfish are definitely one of Britain's biggest talents right now. Vann McCann is an energetic frontman who adores his fans as much as they adore the band. He can adore you too, tickets to their tour are available HERE


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