Tramlines, the Sheffield festival which celebrates new music and home talent is set for another sell-out this year with yet another stellar lineup, even having moved the main stage to the outside of town in Hillsborough to accommodate for the high demand. Taking place on July 20-22, it’s sure to be a weekend to remember. Advertisements
INHEAVEN opened their set with the anarchist, rebel-without-a-cause anthem ‘Bitter Town’.
Possibly the most aesthetically pleasing stage set up of the year, Sundara Karma‘s second show at The Plug, Sheffield couldn’t have been better artistically executed.
The Amazons have been taking the world by storm since their self-titled debut album release in May 2017.
Working their way up the pecking order from a support act band to the headline spot, there’s no stopping Anteros from becoming your new favourite band.
Being Mercury Prize nominees for their debut album Love In The 4th Dimension, there are high expectations when seeing The Big Moon live.