More bands for 2000trees!

2000trees Festival is today (May 4th) pleased to announce its 4th full wave of bands for the huge 2016 event, happening over weekend of 7/8/9 July.


Bands announced are (and in no particular order):
Jamie Lenman
The LaFontaines
Hey! Hello!
and Cheap Meat

These awesome bands will join 2000trees Festival 2016 headliners Twin Atlantic and Refused, as well as the likes of Neck Deep, Moose Blood, The King Blues, WSTR, While She Sleeps, The Bronx, Lonely The Brave and Basement!

In addition to ALL of these acts, the festival has also announced a very special Xtra Mile stage, featuring acts from the legendary label (and birth place of acts like Frank Turner and Reuben), with performances from Beans on Toast, Crazy Arm, Ben Marwood, Rob Lynch, Oxygen Thief, The RPMs, Will Varley, Johnny Lloyd and Recreations.

Formed way back in 1992 in Downpatrick, N. Ireland, ASH are without question one of the UK’s greatest modern day singles band, ever! Through their string of hit albums from 1977 (after the debut mini album Trailer) through to Calling All Angels and last years Kablammo!, their distinct knack of blending 3 (and later 4) piece rock guitars and highly addictive choruses saw the bands popularity sky rocket over the course of the last 3 decades. The band will be part of what will no doubt be the biggest sign alongs at this years 2000trees Festival. Now all together….

The brilliant AUGUSTINES are now set for the release of their new album, This Is Your Life, via Caroline International, on 10th June.  The group, fresh from a sold out Electric Ballroom headline show and dates with Noel Gallagher in Europe, will be at 2000trees Festival whipping up a storm and will later return to the UK for an October tour that includes their biggest headline show to date, at London’s Brixton Academy (18th Oct).

London-via-Seaham quartet VANT will be hitting 2000trees Festival on a wave of interest and hype. Current single ‘FLY-BY ALIEN’ was added to the B list at Radio 1 after being named as Radio 1’s Track of the Day and Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the World, and their recent London headline show was upgraded after the original date sold-out seven weeks in advance. For a band that are drawing positive comparisons with artists such as Pixies, Manic Street Preachers, The Strokes and DFA 1975, they will be a sure fire HIT at the festival this summer.

Following their reformation at Download Festival in 2014, British progressive metal forefathers SIKTH released their mini album ‘Opacities’ in December 2015 after joining forces with legendary UK metal label Peaceville. ‘Opacities’, their first new music since 2006’s Death of a Dead Day’, was released to critical acclaim with Kerrang exclaiming “The daddies are back. Prepare your ears to be assaulted by absolute aural chaos” and Rock Sound calling them ‘the unofficial comeback kings of 2015”. There’s will be one of the fiercest and most ferocious sets at the festival this year!

Following the release of 2013’s first solo album Muscle Memory, JAMIE LENMAN returns to 2000trees as one of its proper, full on founding fathers. Already having one of the tents/stages named after your now defunct band (Camp Reuben) he will be playing two sets over the weekend (more on that soon…) and will have a handful of surprises up his sleeve as well. “I’m super excited to be coming back to Trees to help celebrate their anniversary, and also to be doing something a little different this year.”

Joining the above include brand new London based Weezer-esque 3-piece
CHEAP MEAT, genre fusing Scottish 5 piece THE LAFONTAINES and the brilliant power pop punk band HEY! HELLO! featuring Ginger Wildheart.

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