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  1. The difference in their popularity in England and Scotland is huge. In 2015, they headlined the Hydro, and on their last tour they played 3 sold out nights at the Barrowlands. Same way Gerry Cinnamon plays diddy slots at Glasto or R&L but subs at TRNSMT. Different markets, different demands.
  2. Played 4th down in 2017. New album under their belt, in front of a home crowd, cheap booking option: it'll be 2nd or 3rd.
  3. Florence + the Machine / Twin Atlantic / The Lumineers The 1975 / Vampire Weekend / Billie Eilish Paolo Nutini / Dua Lipa / Wolf Alice I could live with that quite happily. Maybe swap a sub/3rd out for Christine & The Queens if still touring.
  4. Yeah bit odd that they're doing TRNSMT with DF, then their own shows with PCL.
  5. Lewis Capaldi deserves to be up there given the 18 months he's had. Single at no.1 for 7 weeks, best selling song of the year. Fastest selling album of 2019 so far. Sold out 2x Barrowlands, 2x O2 Academy, 1x Usher Hall, and 2x Hydro gigs, each in a matter of seconds. He's enormous right now, no arguing with it. As a replacement for Snow Patrol, I think it's fine. Similar main stream pop/indie/rock appeal. Both always on the radio. Capaldi's audience is probably more focused on teenage/twenties, while Snow Patrol's is more middle aged now. But the crossover appeal is there. Also Snow Patrol definitely weren't the heaviest act that day.
  6. Van T's and Frank Carter will be quality. Need to check out Hot Milk.
  7. I live in West End, and there are plenty cracking bars, but if you're from out of town I would probably recommend finding watering holes around Merchant City, just means you don't have the extra effort of going to West End and back. Maggie Mays is nice for a cheap and cheerful pint, usually pretty packed on TRNSMT days. There's a decent sized Brewdog (called the Doghouse) as well, and a load of places in Merchant Square - O'Neills, etc.
  8. We Were Promised Jetpacka have teased something for 10 years of These Four Walls. That’d be amazing. Add in some Drenge, Cage The Elephant, Twilight Sad, Snail Mail, Basement, Xcerts, Boy Azooga, Aidan Moffat & RM Hubbert perhaps.
  9. Lineup coming at 7pm EDIT: just realised this is the 2018 thread...
  10. Mez said Amazons were low on main stage? Fontaines could well be Tuts - just needed to fill a space. Maybe not now seeing as I forgot about Example.
  11. Gonna slap in my prediction. Stormzy / Gerry Cinnamon / Years & Years / Sigrid / Tom Walker George Ezra / Snow Patrol / Jess Glynne / Rag n Bone Man / KT Tunstall / Pale Waves / Fontaines D.C Catfish & the Bottlemen / Bastille / Richard Ashcroft / Circa Waves / The Amazons / Yungblud / Anteros
  12. old news page from the 2017 festival I'm afraid. Article was posted on 2nd June 2017. Google is just picking up the terms "Biffy Clyro" and "TRNSMT" and showing you the closest match, even if it doesn't include 2019.
  13. Who’s on leak watch today then?
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