ONES TO WATCH: Live At Leeds 2018


Ahead of the return of Live At Leeds next Saturday (5th May) we thought we would take a closer look at the huge lineup. This years lineup includes The Vaccines, PEACE, Circa Waves, Vistas, YUNGBLUD and The Horrors but with the biggest line up in the festivals history we thought we would give you our recommendations for ones to watch.

#1 BAND: The Magic Gang
First up on our ones to watch list is Brighton band The Magic Gang. With their unique nostalgic style reminiscent of classic bands like The Beach Boys and Weezer The Magic Gang are certainly not a band to be missed. Check out their song ‘Getting Along’ from their self-titled album released last month.
LISTEN: Getting Along

#2 BAND: Bad Sounds
Next up is retro indie pop band Bad Sounds. Its hard not to like this band, with unique catchy lyrics and music videos to match they are the ultimate feel good group. We are definitely looking forward to seeing their live performance. Check out their song ‘Are You High?’ below.
LISTEN: Are You High?

#3 BAND: Fizzy Blood
After selling out their own headline show in Leeds earlier this year, Fizzy Blood are sure to go down a treat at this years festival. The band are also following up their performance with more headlining shows around the UK throughout May. Make sure you check out their most recent EP  ‘Summer Of Luv’ which was released last year.

#4 BAND: Sunset Sons
Amidst of the await of their next EP which is set to be released later this year, Sunset Sons are heading down to perform at Live At Leeds. The indie pop group will undoubtably performing some fan favourites from their debut album ‘Very Rarely Say Die’. Vocalist Rory William’s has a distinctive tone, alongside some great catchy lyrics this makes Sunset Sons a one to watch.
LISTEN: She Wants

#5 BAND: The Loose Cut
Sometimes all you need to listen to is a good rock band and The Loose Cut are most defiantly that. After a short break the band will return to their hometown Leeds next week to perform at the festival. Their classic blues rock sound is sure to gain them some new fans at Live At Leeds. 
LISTEN: Come Around

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