BESTIVAL UNVEILS BOUNDARY BREAKING ACTS AND THE BEST NEW BANDS
TUNE-YARDS / FACTORY FLOOR / MNEK / WOLF ALICE / THE AMAZING SNAKEHEADS / UNCLE ACID & THE DEADBEATS / THE WYTCHES / MØ / FAT WHITE FAMILY / SAY LOU LOU / GLASS ANIMALS / JOHN WIZARDS / EZRA FURMAN / JOEL COMPASS / WOMAN’S HOUR / PIONAL / ROSIE LOWE / CHILDHOOD / KATE TEMPEST / JESSY LANZA / MELT YOURSELF DOWN / THE FRONT BOTTOMS / HOCKEYSMITH / WILD SMILES / BLACK ORANGE JUICE / RAG N BONE MAN / VAULTS / FTSE / TOURIST / SIVU / GOD DAMN / HAPPYNESS / THE CORRESPONDENTS / BO SARIS / CONGOPUNQ / INDIANA / THE BULLETPROOF BOMB / FÉ / COUSIN MARNIE
Rob da Bank says: “So in our humble opinion these are the breaking acts of 2014 from the worlds of rock, indie, electronics and pretty much any genre – a delve inside the musical brain of Rob da Bank to find the ones to watch, the ones who’ll make records you’ll love this summer and the ones who’ll make you dance ya socks off in September”.
After their debut album, released late last year, Factory Floor will return to Robin Hill with an all out assault of mind-melting sequences, crashing rhythms and twisted vocals, plus there will be sets from Grammy nominated singer-songwriter and sometime Rudimental collaborator MNEK. Amongst others we will also see indie-noise merchants Wolf Alice, lasgow trio The Amazing Snakeheads, Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, The Wytches, Danish electropop chanteuse Mø, and the six-piece Fat White Family.
There will also be live music from BBC Sound 0f 2014 nominees Say Lou Lou, Glass Animals, John Wizards, Ezra Furman, Joel Compass, archetypal indie quartet Woman’s Hour, Spanish vocalist and sometime John Talabot collaborator Pional, twisted R&B nightingale Rosie Lowe and hazy pysch dudes Childhood.
And the new music keeps on coming with appearances from Kate Tempest, Jessy Lanza, Melt Yourself Down, The Front Bottoms, Hockeysmith, Wild Smiles, Black Orange Juice, Rag N Bone Man, Vaults, FTSE, Tourist, Sivu, God Damn, Happyness, The Correspondents, Bo Saris, Congopunq, Indiana, The Bulletproof Bomb, Fé and Cousin Marnie.
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