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Truck Festival – line-up announced

We’re crossing fingers tightly for Truck festival, still looking good for 22-25 July, who with all the pandemic uncertainty, have only just been able to announce their line-up. And what a line-up…

This year’s main headliners are Bombay Bicycle Club, The Kooks and Royal Blood, and the support bands (featuring loads of LTW firm favourites) include Blossoms, DMA’s, Fontaines D.C., IDLES, Little Simz, Tom Walker, Circa Waves, Pales Waves, Pigeon Detectives, Sports Team, Sundara Karma, The Big Moon, Shame, The Orielles, Sorry, Vistas, The Snuts and Porridge Radio, to name but a few.

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Despite no line-up being announced until today, Truck has already sold out, showing just how popular it is – but you can sign up for the waiting list for resale here

The Kooks: “We’re so excited to be playing Truck Festival this summer. After last year’s cancellation, we just can’t wait to get back on stage and celebrate with you all properly. It’s gonna be the biggest party ever!”

 

Royal Blood: “We can’t wait to headline Truck Festival this summer. It’s been almost two years since we last played a festival, it’s going to be quite a show.”

And if you get there early, you’ll be able to catch Blossoms, Vistas and The Snuts on the Thursday.

Festival organiser Matt Harrap commented: “It’s so good to be back and we’re over the moon to finally announce our first wave of artists! After the 12 months we’ve all had, to have the likes of Bombay Bicycle Club, The Kooks, and Royal Blood to close off the Sunday night, Truck Festival 2021 is already proving to be one for the history books. We’re also thrilled to welcome back IDLES to the main stage sunset slot, Little Simz closing the Market Stage and, of course, personal favourites Chubby and the Gang. It’s humbling to see all tickets have already sold out and it’s going to be a weekend to remember – see you at the bar?”

That waiting list for resale link again

And watch Truck Festival’s 2019 after-movie here

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KALI – Back To The Start

KALI by Sophia Ziskin

KALI by Sophia Ziskin

The music of 16-year-old singer, multi-instrumentalist and producer, Kali Flanagan has so much depth and boundless energy you could easily be mistaken in thinking her project KALI is by a band rather than a solo endeavour.

The video for her indie-surf single, ‘Back To The Start’ has sweet Bombay Bicycle Club vibes, comforting as a warm hug on a cold winter’s day.

Sounds like: Bombay Bicycle Club, The Big Moon, Phoebe Bridgers

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Caspian Pool – Insider

Caspian Pool

French synth-dance duo Caspian Pool likes to keep us on our toes with their wide-ranging selection of electronic music. Cue the colour-fuelled visuals for the foot-thumping ‘Insider’.

Sounds like: Nimmo, The Chemical Brothers, Hercules & Love Affair, Goldfrapp, Joe Goddard, Chvrches, Digitalism, Holy Ghost!, Boys Noize, Little Dragon, Cut Copy, Icona Pop

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Psyence – Retrospect

Psyence by Mark Vyse

Psyence by Mark Vyse

Anthemic alt-rock band Psyence returns with psychedelic sensibilities in rousing new single ‘Retrospect’, reminding us that every bitter end has a new beginning.

Sounds like: Queens of the Stone Age, Kasabian, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, The Blinders, Wolfmother

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Beharie – Me & My Lonely

Beharie

Distinctive Norwegian voice, Beharie shares his soulful, folk and ambient blend in the form of ‘Me and My Lonely’. Pastoral and beautiful, the track orbits a peaceful finger-picked acoustic riff.

Sounds like: Bon Iver, Fleet Foxes, Bombay Bicycle Club

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Flechettes – Chasing Youth

Flechettes

Wigan-based four-piece Flechettes share the radio-ready and uplifting ‘Chasing Youth’, with blazing indie-pop guitar riffs and catchy vocals, making for a seriously dynamic record.

Sounds like: Sea Girls, Red Rum Club, The Blinders, Stanleys, Garden Party

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Chillhum – Dancing (Alone)

Chillhum

22-year-old producer, songwriter and musician Ethan Bedell – aka Chillhum – shares ‘Dancing Alone’, a stripped back and melodic blissed-out track that celebrates the joys of being alone.

Sounds like: Gaspar Narby, Couro, Flume, Ed Sheeran, Flume, Louis The Child, Petit Biscuit, Troye Sivan, Robotaki

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Bre Kennedy – Where Did Summer Go

Bre Kennedy by Lindsey Patkos

Bre Kennedy by Lindsey Patkos

Songwriting heavyweight Bre Kennedy winds down for the cooler months with her acoustic track ‘Where Did Summer Go’, a nostalgic ballad that symbolises the passing and loss of time and dreams that never got to see the heat of summer.

Sounds like: Charli Adams, Taylor Swift, HAIM, First Aid Kit

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Izza – Lows

IZZA by Sam Rockman

IZZA by Sam Rockman

Dark-pop artist Izza chronicles the ups and downs of dealing with anxiety and depression in a world where people are obsessed with the perceived perfection of their online selves, in new single ‘Lows’.

Sounds like: Dua Lipa, Gracey, Call Me Loop, Mabel

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