Leeds Festival

Fri 23 - Sun 25 Aug 2019

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Friday 23 Aug

Foo Fighters

Foo Fighters

The ‘Best of You’ group were founded by Nirvana’s drummer Dave Grohl in the mid-90’s. Their debut album was released in 1995 and marked the first wave of success that the band would continue to ride for over two decades. The Foo Fighters have won a multitude of awards in their career, including Grammys, Brits, People’s Choice, Kerrang! and many more.

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Bastille

Bastille

One of the storming triumphs of the post-millennial UK indie boom, Bastille are a fascinating blend of indie music and electropop. Their debut album, Bad Blood, staggeringly went to number one in the UK with the mixtapes and singles that followed also proving to be chart successes. By the end of 2014 they'd shifted over 2.5 million records in the UK. No small feat for a band still on their first record.

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Denis Sulta

Sundara Karma

The Amazons

The Amazons

For a few years The Amazons have been grinding away, playing shows, working on songs, and honing their craft as a rock band. The English band from Reading is finally starting to see the fruits of their labour however, as 2017 has seen them gain attention from huge brands. BBC have listed them as a ‘Sound of 2017’, and MTV on their ‘Brand New 2017’ list, as well as having been named a band to listen to by NME, The Independent and BBC Radio 1.

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Not3s

Not3s

Not3s is a London-based rapper who’s 2016 hit song ‘Addison Lee’, was greeted with universal praise.

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Yungblud

Yungblud

Doncaster’s Dominic Harrison (Yungblud) has declared himself as a socially-conscious artist unafraid of creating songs of protest. His music largely falls in the genre of alternative rock, but NME describes his work as extremely versatile and ‘utterly thrilling’. Some of his most popular tracks to date include ‘I Love You, Will You Marry Me’, ‘King Charles’ and ‘Loner’.

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A Day To Remember

A Day To Remember

The modern daddies of hardcore punk meets pop punk, A Day To Remember have combined accessibility and aggression in way that no one else quite has. As a result their massive anthems to hating their home town, missing your loved ones, hanging with your friends and your personal demons are now seeing them take to massive stages on festivals around the world and filling arenas under their own name. No small feat for a band whose only intention has been to share their love for music.

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Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes

Lil Uzi Vert

Lil Uzi Vert

Grammy nominee and MTV VMA winner Lil Uzi Vert has been backing waves in the music industry recently, helping to develop and deliver popularity to the rising genre trap. The Philadelphian gained recognition for his debut single 'Money Longer', but he rose to mainstream prominence after collaborating with Migos on 'Bad and Boujee', transforming it into a cultural phenomenon.

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Enter Shikari

Enter Shikari

In 1999, three young men Christ Batten (bass), Rou Reynolds (vocals & keys) and Rob Rolfe got together to form the early band Hyrbryd. After four years and an EP, they added Rory Clewlow (guitars) and switched things up with a name change to Enter Shikari, with Reynolds now putting more focus onto his vocals and electronics.

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Chvrches

Chvrches

Chvrches found their beginning in 2012 when they unveiled "The Mother We Share". In the time since they've matured into their sound, coming back in 2019 with "Here With Me". They will be playing soon, with shows in Edinburgh, Reading and Leeds.

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The Story so Far

The Story so Far

The Story so Far began in 2007 when they announced "5 Songs". In the time since they've developed a strong following, delivering more music in 2017 with "Out Of It". They will be hitting the road soon, with shows in Reading and Leeds.

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Saturday 24 Aug

The 1975

The 1975

Alternative rock band, The 1975, grew up in Wilmslow, Cheshire, and began playing music together in their teens. Their self-titled 2013 album debuted at number one in the UK charts. The band have supported Muse, the Neighbourhood, and the Rolling Stones, demonstrating their incredible talent. The band supply dark and youthful themes of sex, love and fear, and have been favourably compared with the Big Pink.

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Bowling for Soup

Bowling for Soup

Formed in Texas in 1994, Bowling for Soup have been an ever present form of pop punk music for nearly 25 years. Popular hits like 'Girl All the Bad Guys Want', '1985' and 'High School Never Ends' found them success in the early 2000s, their cheeky lyrics and catchy music striking a chord with fans worldwide.

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Camelphat

Camelphat

Camelphat found their beginning in 2015 when they announced "Paradigm". Following that they've cultivated a strong fanbase, bringing out more music in 2018 with "Breathe". They will be hitting the road soon, with shows in London, Coventry and Sheffield.

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Pale Waves

Pale Waves

With the band having built up a strong following in the local Manchester, Pale Waves are ready to take on the world after having signed to The 1975’s record label, Dirty Hit. The four got together in University where they all studied music, bonding in the drunken haze of freshers nights out and forming a band.

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Hayley Kiyoko

Hayley Kiyoko

A tremendous force in modern music, Hayley Kiyoko is working to change the industry from the inside out. After rising up through a variety of child acting roles such as 'Scooby Doo' and 'Wizards of Waverly Place', Kiyoko went on to form The Stunners, a six member girl group featuring Allie Gonino, Kelsey Sanders, Lauren Hudson, Marisol Esparza and Tinashe that supported Justin Bieber on tour.

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Royal Blood

Royal Blood

English rock duo Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher formed Royal Blood in Brighton in 2013. Since then they have had success after success; supporting Arctic Monkeys and Foo Fighters, playing at Coachella, and winning Kerrang’s Best British Newcomer. With a sound that is reminiscent of modern blues/garage rock, their 2014 debut album Royal Blood received critical acclaim.

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The Wombats

The Wombats

Are an English rock band formed in Liverpool in 2003. The band comprises native Liverpudlians Matthew Murphy (lead vocals, guitar, keyboard), Daniel (Dan) Haggis (drums, percussion, guitar, keyboard and backing vocals) and Norwegian-born Tord Øverland Knudsen (bass guitar, guitar, keyboard and backing vocals). The band is signed to 14th Floor Records in the United Kingdom and Bright Antenna in the United States. The Wombats have sold over 1 million copies worldwide.

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Charli XCX

Charli XCX

Charli XCX’s music spans all types of pop, from experimental, to electro, dark and gothic. She began making music as a young teen, recording an album with help from her parents and uploading songs to MySpace. After appearing illegal warehouse raves and parties in London, the young British singer signed a deal with Asylum Records in 2010.

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Twin Atlantic

Twin Atlantic

One of Scotland's finest musical exports, Twin Atlantic combine pop appeal and commercial sensitivity with a penchant for exciting songwriting and loud guitars. And broad Scottish accents of course.

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Fredo

Fredo

Raised on London’s infamously rough Mozart Estate, young grime rapper has seen it all. In his music, he talks about his life involved with drugs, notorious gangs and the streets he grew up on. In 2016, he broke onto scene with his single ‘They Ain’t 100’ which gained him lots of attention in the industry, including having his song featured on Drake’s 30th birthday mix with OVO Sound Radio.

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Circa Waves

Circa Waves

English Indie rock band formed in Liverpool in 2013. The band consists of frontman Kieran Shudall (vocals, guitar), Sam Rourke (bass), Colin Jones (drums) and Joe Falconer (guitarist).

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The Night Cafe

Bloxx

Bloxx

Bloxx are one of the latest indie-bands to creep up on the London indie music scene, incorporating melodic pop and irresistible riffs into guitar driven tracks creating an immersive musical experience.

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Sunday 25 Aug

Twenty One Pilots

Twenty One Pilots

Twenty one pilots, stylised as twenty øne piløts or sometimes just ‘top’, are the American duo from Ohio that has recently taken the music industry by storm. Often referring to themselves as “just two guys on stage”, they nevertheless manage to put on the most electrifying and exciting shows for their fans, having sold out Madison Square Garden in New York twice in a row during their ‘Emotional Roadshow World Tour’.

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Blossoms

Blossoms

Fourth from the top of the BBC's Sound Of new music list from 2016, Blossom's are another prime example of the rude health of the UK's music scene in 2016. The Indie pop act from Manchester are wowing audiences all over the country with material from their self-titled debut.

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Post Malone

Post Malone

The last couple years have seen Post Malone quickly become an astronomical success, going from making mixtapes for his class mates to touring with Justin Bieber and working with Kanye West, 50 Cent and Young Thug.

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PVRIS

PVRIS

Although initially forming as a five-piece metalcore band, PVRIS had a small line-up change and began incorporating more pop and electronic elements into their rock music by the time they released their debut album ‘White Noise’ in 2014. The first music video was “St. Patrick”, and they were soon chosen as one of The Huffington Post’s ’18 Artists You Need To Know Halfway Through 2014’ and supporting acts like Mayday Parade, Pierce the Veil and Sleeping with Sirens.

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Stefflon Don

Stefflon Don

Birmingham rapper and dancehall artist Stefflon Don is mixing music in 2018 with her patois grime verses, dripped in her honeyed vocals. With parents originating from Jamaica and being raised in the Netherlands, Stefflon Don has incorporated all elements of her cultural background to create her own signature sound beholden to none other.

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Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish

With a name like Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell, you know that she is destined for something great. Known professionally as Billie Eilish, this singer-songwriter from LA is already making waves within the music industry at just 15 years old. Despite her youth her voice carries the power and melancholy of great singers like Lana Del Rey or Lorde, with an alternative dreamy pop feel like that of Melanie Martinez.

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Anderson.Paak and The Free Nationals

Anderson .Paak

AJ Tracey

AJ Tracey

AJ Tracey’s musical career can be dated back to 2011 when he began operating under the names Looney and Loonz, soon releasing his debut mixtape ‘Didn’t Make the Cut’ in 2012. He has been described as one of the best new acts in the UK by The Guardian, and is on his way to being one of the best rappers in the UK full stop.

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The Hunna

The Hunna

The Hunna, a new band on the scene, having formed only in 2015 in Hertfordshire, England, are an indie rock group known for their eclectic range of inspiration from hip-hop to alternative.

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Against the Current

Against the Current

Against the Current found their start in 2012 with the unveiling of "Thinking". Since then they've flourished as an artist, having returned in 2017 with "Legends Never Die (Alan Walker remix)". They will be heading out on tour soon, with shows in Reading, Leeds and Dresden.

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Mura Masa

Mura Masa

British electronic music producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Alex Crossan, better known as Mura Masa has broken through into the UK electronic, Hip Hop, R&B and dance scene since 2014. Initiating his career on SoundCloud with the mixtape Soundtrack to a Death, the artist has since released the EP Someday Somewhere, featuring UK vocalists NAO, Denai Moore, and Jay Prince. His iconic lead track “Firefly” was chosen for the In New Music We Trust playlist at BBC Radio 1.

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Andy C

Andy C

The man mysteriously known to most as Andy C is undoubtedly is one of the most important figures in Drum and Bass evolution. He was there at the dawn of the 90s when Drum n Bass was still hard-core. Then in 1992 just as Drum and bass started to blossom he formed Ram records with Ant Miles. The label quickly became one of Drum n Basses driving forces, releasing plethora of 12” Eps featuring many of the genres leading producers.

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Becky Hill

Becky Hill

Becky Hill is one of British music’s rising stars. Rising to public attention as a semi-finalist in the first series of The Voice UK, the Worcestershire pop/house singer gained her first UK No. 1 single in June 2014 with her guest vocals on Oliver Heldens’ ‘Gecko (Overdrive)’. Hill released her debut EP Eko EP in August 2017 with her eagerly awaited debut album out the following year.

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Blaenavon

Blaenavon

Blaenavon first emerged in 2013 with "Into the Night / Denim Patches". Over the years they've cultivated a strong fanbase, after returning in 2019 with "Catatonic Skinbag". They will be heading out on tour soon, with shows in Oxford, Nottingham and Sheffield.

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Fisher

Fisher

Fisher first emerged in 2004 with the unveiling of "Fisher". They will be heading out on tour soon, with shows in Belfast, Rugeley and London.

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Peace

Peace

Compared to the likes of The Macabees and Vampire Weekend, the Worcester ensemble have made their mark on the English indie rock scene. Peace have previously performed at Leeds and Reading festivals, alongside The Libertines and Arctic Monkeys, and are now back on stage with their latest UK tour ‘Kindness is The New Rock and Roll’. The tour is named after their upcoming album, which features ‘Power’ and ‘From Under Liquid Glass’, and the new single ‘You Don’t Walk Away From Love’. The Brummy ...

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The Japanese House

The Japanese House

English indie-pop act The Japanese House is the brain child of Amber Bain, signed to Dirty Hit records. Her debut EP 'Pools to Bathe In' was produced by Matty Healy and George Daniel from labelmates The 1975, with 2017 seeing her release her fourth EP 'Saw You in a Dream'.

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The Maine

The Maine

American alternative rock band The Maine burst onto the scene in 2008 with their first album ‘Can’t Stop Won’t Stop’, soon followed by their sophomore album ‘Black & White’. Thanks to the album they swept awards at the 2010 AP Magazine Readers’ Awards, taking Album of the Year, Best Song and Best Live Band.

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Twisted Wheel

Twisted Wheel

Twisted Wheel first emerged in 2008 after revealing "Lucy the Castle". Following that they've grown into their own, having returned in 2009 with "Twisted Wheel". They will be playing soon, with shows in Dublin, London and Newcastle.

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About

Leeds was born out of the need to provide Reading festival goers with an alternative spot to hear great music. The first Leeds Festival was held in 1999, catering to the growing demand of Reading and sharing its lineup. Today, the pair rank among the top UK festivals with a stellar catalogue of lineups to their name. Since the inception of Leeds, great acts such as Mumford & Sons, Metallica, The Libertines, Arctic Monkeys, Kings of Leon, Pearl Jam, Eminem and the Foo Fighters have taken to their stages. The lineup continues to change according to what’s popular; Eminem has headlined multiple times - in 2001, 2013 and 2017, but heavily draws on the rock, indie and alternative genres. The two festivals have become a rite of passage for music fans for the second August bank holiday weekend. It has also been responsible for placing Leeds in the ranking for the best cities for music, propelling other festivals such as Live at Leeds, Let’s Rock Leeds! And more.


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