Tom Ingham chats to Brendan Brown, Wheatus frontman, about what life is like having such a hit song.
If only the band had paid a little more heed to what their loyal, paying followers wanted to hear.
The energy of the four young males certainly overwhelmed the intimate venue.
They rarely deviate from their own tried-and-true formula but when the live performances are this exhilarating, it’s difficult to care.
Loud, crammed and for the most part jolly, though there may be a few more shouts of “SLAYER!!!” at 5am.
Complete with neon sheep and extensive arts events across the site, there’s more than a weekend’s worth to get involved with.
With the hype of a Vans Warped Tour date being so high, the tickets, on sale now, are bound to be like gold dust.
One thing’s for sure, FestivalRepublic know how to throw a scintillating party.
If you want a week in the sun, away from the pilled up Eastern European destinations, Optimus Alive must be the choice.
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The Cribs can be anthemic without needing to have the audience jumping and screaming as one.
Salford’s Bank holiday bash has improved immeasurably from its humble beginnings.
The main feature of this performance was reliability.
Set to become a mainstay on the overseas festival circuit, Hideout can surely equal anything a UK festival can offer, and then some.
Only a few weeks left now until what will most likely be the third-annual sold out Parklife Weekender.
Hop has taken things back to basics, making the festival experience all about the fans.
A small, tight-knit festival where, if you like the music, you’re bound to run in to somebody you know at every turn.