New alternative night in Glastonbury.
This will be a night that doesn't drop and will introduce you to some of your favourite and some new alternative acts.
A great chance for me to bring some of the acts I am excited about to Glastonbury.
Some Villains- Having supported Liam Gallagher at Pilton Party last year and played high up the bill at The Godney Gathering this year, SOME VILLAINS is the brainchild of Edward Graves (guitar & vocals), originating in London and settling in the South West of England. In 2014 'Loose Generation' presented Graves' vision for a type of rock that contained elegance and poise over pastiche and blues cliches, utilising the 'wall of sound' approach made famous by Phil Spector and Brian Wilson.
The music has taken a harder edge. 2016's Lizard Teeth is an expression of 'DIY' ethos not uncommon among punk, rock and experimental precursors. It showcases the band at its most gritty and visceral, with a two-pronged guitar attack that has become a signature of the music. 'Heat Merchant' is a dystopian tale of a maniacal circus ringleader and, perhaps, an allegory for the modern world. ‘Heredity’ recalls a QOTSA-like swagger while representing a significant breakthrough, receiving airplay on BBC 6 Music.
The second half of 2017 saw the band begin work on their second EP 'OUTLIERS’. Teaming up with producer Joe Marsh, and released in March 2018, the work together has resulted in a cleaner, more focused sound crystallised best in 'Ghosts in the Field', a 'Strokesian' encounter with a colder, more grandiose edge.
Gilda Parade- Gilda Parade are a 3 piece Rock band based in Bristol UK.
Gilda Parade formed to have fun, see what came out and make epic music. The recipe worked, and things clicked for this power trio.