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  1. Probably high (2nd?) on the NME. What's going to stop them, in my opinion at least, from going higher is that they aren't great live.
  2. Lineup 2018

    Personally I've only ever seen The Kooks, Royal Blood and Shikari but out of those 3 The Kooks seemed to lack something that the other had. Maybe you had them on a good night or royal blood on a bad one? I tend to enjoy heavier stuff though so that's probably the main reason.
  3. That Shikari / RB clash would be awful for me. Apart from that seems realistically and would sell me a ticket.
  4. Download 2018

    Saw them on Saturday, relatively heavy set and they were amazing. Could definitely see them at Download or Reading depending on whether they play more of their older stuff.
  5. Lineup 2018

    Relatively new to the whole festival thing - around what time will we start to get a clearer idea of who'll be headlining next year and who seems the most likely as of now?
  6. 2017 festival

    An update from Kasabian about what happened:
  7. 2017 festival

    Unconfirmed talk on Twitter that the lead singer was rushed to hospital but obviously I'm not sure how true that is. What would happen if they couldn't perform?
  8. 2017 festival

    How long are the queues for the signing tent normally - worth it or not?
  9. 2017 festival

    Any ideas what time the secret set on the NME would be? A clash with kasabian or Not?
  10. 2017 festival

    1. Ghost in the mirror - Mallory Knox 2. Curtains - Arcane Roots 3. The Middle - Jimmy Eat World
  11. 2017 festival

    My Top 10 (no real order): 1. Mallory Knox - love their latest album and should be a pretty decent set. 2. The Hunna - recommended to me I while ago and I've really got into them recently. 3. Eminem - Always wanted to see him, with a decent crowd should be insane. 4. Arcane Roots - quite a unique sound but brilliant. 5. Liam Gallagher - based off his recent festival appearances should be better than I first thought. 6. Bastille - wanted to see them live for ages and hopefully should be great. 7. Frank Carter and the rattlesnakes - always good fun. 8. Jimmy Eat World - really good on previous appearances so hoping for more of the same. 9. Circa Waves - 2 really strong albums make me extremely excited for them. 10. Kasabian - not the greatest band in the world but a hell of a lot of fun. Personally, Friday has the best set of performers but it'll be interesting to hopefully discover some new bands on the other days. (Also, Jonathan Pie on the Alternative Stage is one I'm looking forward to when I need a bit of a break from music)