Tag: Beans On Toast

Live: Y Not Festival 2017

It looks like Y Not festival has finally found its answer and the operative word of the weekend was most definitely mud. Marred with problems from the start, the festival was cancelled on the morning of the final day, seeing only one out of the three main headliners perform, with other big names’ sets being cut short or reduced to DJ sets. The festival started with a bang with Feeder and The Skints headlining a Thursday set, drawing early crowds and getting what was a well-billed British summer festival on its way. In true British summer fashion, it didn’t...

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Festival: Wychwood Festival Add The Strypes, Cabbage, InHeaven & Arron Keylock

Wychwood Festival, held at Cheltenham Racecourse, announce that The Strypes will be taking to their main-stage. The four-piece Irish rock band started playing together before they were even teenagers, relentlessly gigging around Ireland and quickly becoming the hottest ticket in any town. Taking inspiration from the likes of Elvis Costello, The Stones, The Jam and many more, The Strypes will be debuting their no-nonsense blues repertoire to festival-goers.  Joining them will be ‘Ones to Watch’ InHeaven echoing the sounds of 90’s grunge as well as debuting tracks such as ‘Regeneration’ and ‘Treats’. BBC Radio 6 Music’s resident poet Murray Lachlan Young will also be on-site with loaded with poem’s on hugely...

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Video: Beans On Toast. Keep You.

Self styled walking the talk poet Beans On Toast supports Frank Turner on his next tour starting in Cardiff on Feb 6th, 2014. Beans (who has radio support from the likes of Radio 1 Punk Show and XFM) has just unveiled a video clip to accompany his new single ‘Keep You’ (Feb.10). Thursday 6th Cardiff Motorpoint Arena Friday 7th Nottingham Arena Saturday 8th Edinburgh Corn Exchange *SOLD OUT* Sunday 9th Manchester Arena Tuesday 11th Plymouth Pavillions *SOLD OUT* Wednesday 12th London O2 Thursday 13th Portsmouth...

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