Who? When? Where?
With the festival a week away, you probably know who you want to see but if you’re still undecided we’ve made a list of a few bands we think you should be watching this year.
13:00 – Brudenell Social Club (DIY Stage)
Self described as ‘One part post-punk, two parts fuzz’ Leeds own Team Picture are here to bring you some delicious lo-fi, shimmering vibes. They’ll be a great way to get your day going strong.
15:00 – The Wardrobe
If you’re after something moody and soulful with atmospheric beats then this is for you. Nilufer’s sound is so rich, with tones of her London upbringing sprinkled throughout.
18:00 – Leeds Beckett Union Stage 2 (Dr Martens Presents Stage)
Fazerdaze is the brainchild of Amelia Murray. The Fazerdaze EP is a collection of intimate, elegant dreampop, defo one to see and let those crunchy, swirling guitars giving you all of the shimmering, summer laced feels
19.00 Leeds Beckett Union Stage 2 (Dr Martens Presents Stage)
Recently signed to Heavenly Records and mates of ours here at Indiehive; The Orielles are the shit!
Expect some sick beats, slick riffs and some dreamy surf-pop vibes.
21.00 – Brudenell Social Club (DIY Stage)
What started as a fake band performance art piece for a gallery exhibition has become reality. The band took off so much that they got booked for gigs. Their 90’s alt-rock vibes and pop energy is infectious. If you want a party go see Dream Wife and have a blast!
THE BIG MOON
22.00 – Brudenell Social Club (DIY Stage)
No explanation necessary. If you’re not already in love with them then I don’t know what to say.