With just a few days to go until Rebellion Festival 2018, here lies the end of our exploration of the line-up. Tickets for the event are available now and the organisers have put together a fabulous explosion of cross-genre acts to make this year's Rebellion line-up the most well-rounded and varied of all time.
You only need to look at the title of Bad Cop / Bad Cop's debut album to gain a decent summary of their attitude. 'Not Sorry', unleashed three years ago now, highlights the unapologetic approach of the Californian quartet and while it might have been a quick turnaround for their follow-up record last year, a lot of water,,,
Next weekend marks 2018's instalment of Rebellion Festival and the organisers have made this year's billing more extensive and eclectic than ever before. With tickets flying out for individual days and the full weekend experience we've cast our ears over the whole lineup to give your our picks for every single say of the action.
Fresh from announcing a new album, California's Joyce Manor have also revealed that they will be making it over for an all-too-rare visit to British shores. The tour kicks off in Manchester on November 16th before hitting Leeds, Glasgow, Birmingham, Southampton, London and finishing in Bristol on November 23rd.
With just over a week remaining until Rebellion Festival once more descends on Blackpool, we're casting our eyes and ears over the veritable smorgasbord of eclectic talent curated for us once more. Here are highlights from day 2 of the event, Friday 3rd August.
Essex’s Don’t Worry have been on our radar since they unleashed their debut EP, ‘Dance With Me I’m Dyslexic’, way back in 2014. Since then they’ve built up something of a cult following spending considerable periods of time on the road and now they’re heading back out for their debut album release tour.