The South West’s biggest one-dayer, LEMONFEST, reveals its completed line up for 2016. The festival will take place at Newton Abbot Racecourse on the 4th June 2016 and this year boasts an array of talent across 6 stages. Continue reading
If you’re unfamiliar with The Computers, there isn’t much I can do to help you understand them. Around this time last year I interviewed front man Al Kershaw (read it in full here), and he described his band as “the answer to and cause of all of life’s problems. The perfect topping on your favourite pizza, and that stabbing pain of heartburn. We will make you smile and cry, make you feel so alive you want to die. Throw you into thought, or push you to insanity. But most importantly you will dance yourself back to reality.”
The wonderful 2000trees festival has just announced Deaf Havana as it’s first main stage headliner.
The 2015 version of our favourite summer weekend is scheduled to take place at Upcote Farm in Gloucestershire from the 9th until the 11th July.
The headliners will be joined by:
Pulled Apart By Horses
Nothing But Thieves
The festival have also announced a large chunk of bands playing the Thursday – playing exclusively to those with early bird tickets. These are:
The Cadbury Sisters
The St Pierre Snake Invasion
You can grab tickets here now, and if you’re quick (before midnight on Sunday 1st February) they’ll be at last year’s prices!
Keep your eyes peeled for plenty more bands still to come!
It’s that time of year, everyone’s dishing out their awards for 2014 and The Colour Of Vinyl is no different…
The Computers are one of the most unusual, diverse and culturally relevant bands in the UK today. Their first record was breakneck punk rock, their second had those punk sounds but oozed motown and soul, and lord knows what the third will bring. Before they play Swindon and 2000 Trees Festival, we caught up with them to talk new albums, the importance of “scenes” and the meaning of life…