The London-based quartet took to Festival Republic Stage on the second day of Leeds Festival. Fresh from releasing their critically acclaimed and Mercury Prize nominated debut album, Love In The 4th Dimension, and playing many festivals this summer, The Big Moon made appearances at Reading and
Aussie pop punk outfit to release debut EP Sidewinder, in September. Already tipped as the next band to break through from Australia, Stand Atlantic drop an absolute pop-punk banger, Sidewinder, lifted from their forthcoming debut EP with the same name. Making waves with previous singles Coffee At Midnight and Mess I
The Stockport outfit had grown into a potential headliner as their triumphant R&L set proved. As Muse fans were eagerly filling up Bramham Park on the first day of Leeds Festival, Blossoms were the ones with a task to entertain the audience on the sunny afternoon.