One of the most surprising 'breakout' acts of recent years, Wonk Unit have more than paid their grassroots dues, so it's great to see albums like 'Mr Splashy' finally getting them the attention they deserve. A few months ago, they unleashed 'Terror', another fine slice of punk rock mastery and as Rebellion Festival regulars, they're sure to get one of the best reactions of the entire weekend.
Peter Hook and the Light
A legend in more than one band; it's no mean feat. Now Peter Hook is pulling together the most impressive material from both of his previous bands and giving it all a unique 'Hooky' makeover. He's no stranger to the Rebellion stage and his return will undoubtedly be one of this year's highlights.
Frantic and fun-packed, Pizzatramp are a trio from South Wales who are hell-bent on making or breaking your festival weekend. It's bad taste, with loud guitars and plenty of opportunities to shout along; what's not to love?
One of the most impressive things about Rebellion Festival's booking approach is how you end up with musical legends tucked away on the line-up almost unnoticed. The Wildhearts will be delivering a very special 1am show to bring the Saturday of Rebellion to a clattering and chaotic close. Make sure you stay up late enough to indulge.
The Lovely Eggs
Not enough of the bands at punk festivals are married, but luckily The Lovely Eggs tick that box for this year's festival. Even more impressive is the fact that their lo-fi psychedelic punk is one of the best things on the line-up. Rarely will a Lancastrian couple have had a more thorough impact on your weekend.