So I spent a few hours last night sifting through YouTube for live sets of bands I hadn’t heard of before...
I’ve committed the following to my Clashfinder for Friday, hopefully I get to see most of them.
12:30 – 13:30, The Other Stage
Genre: Indie pop, Soul music, Alternative dance
One of those performers who controls the stage with a huge amount of energy. She played in 2016 and jumped in to the crowd and sang among them. Looks like a great way to kick off the weekend
14:00 – 14:45, Park Stage
Genre: Dance/Electro, Electropop
A solo act played on drum pads, synths and plenty of other musical toys topped off with great voice. Bit of a cool 80’s electro vibe going on here
Tankus The Henge
14:15 – 15:10, Avalon Stage
Genre: Rock n’ Roll… ish?
They ooze energy and have plenty of songs that make you want to sing along. Your quintessential entertainers and they’ve also got a Trombone, Saxophone & Piano so whats not to like
15:40 – 16:35, Avalon Stage
Genre: Rock meets Folk
Fronted with a mandolin and a fiddle, their music is infectious not to mentioned they’re also fantastic musicians.
19:30 – 20:30, John Peel Stage
Genre: Electropop, Folktonica(?), Synth-pop
Having never heard of her before, I can’t help but feel Aurora might be one of those performers I leave Glastonbury telling people about (this happened with Sigrid after Glasto ’17). Something tells me I might be late to party with this one though!