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  1. Lowlives are fantastic, saw them a couple years ago at Reading Festival! Stitch D from The Defiled now going by 'Lee Villain' and Jocko (ex lostprophets/No Devotion) on drums doing grunge! I second this and strongly recommend them
  2. I will definitely pick Crossfaith if they do clash but I won't be happy about it No Devotion and Crossfaith are my two top priorities for the fest, Crossfaith being my absolute favourite band and No Devotion because I've never actually seen them before and my ex-favourite band was lostprophets, didn't appreciate ND at the time it all happened but a couple years later I gave them another try and fell in love with them
  3. they bloody better not clash Crossfaith and JEW, deadass two of my favourite bands D:
  4. Jimmy Eat World, Dinosaur Pile-Up, Lonely The Brave, Crossfaith, Royal Republic, No Devotion, Nova Twins, Black Futures, Haggard Cat, Fangclub and The Winter Passing for me, what an incredible line up for just a singular day!!! I am blown away
  5. may as well start a new thread for this one, since 2020 is no longer happening obvs we got Jimmy Eat World confirmed coming back, Crossfaith got some Europe festival dates very close so I reckon' they're likely back too hope they can keep Fangclub and Nova Twins on the line up, shouldn't be too hard to do that I reckon'
  6. so supposedly one of these headliners has toured with a previous headliners, I'm thinking Thrice who toured with Refused last year, and Refused headlined a few years back
  7. I'm 99% sure it's them, I asked them about it at the Brighton date of their current UK tour and they seemed very guilty faced and said "maybe, maybe" They also have been announcing on stage every night they're coming back in summer, and it's definitely festivals cause I asked that too
  8. I'd be inclined to say that looks more like Of Mice & Men
  9. I think Skindred would go down really well at Trees tbh, they're playing Teddy Rocks alongside The Amazons and Chapter & Verse so we have a few shared artists there? I have been told by someone that the final two headliners are Architects and Neck Deep though I'm not sure I'm quite sold on that being true
  10. I'd like to see Poppy play 2000 Trees, though I have no idea how likely that is, I feel like now would be the right time though if she were to do it
  11. yeah, I just think they're a band that would fit really well at Trees but I think IDLES have a much higher chance of being announced I'd also love to see Crossfaith, Fever 333 Stand Atlantic and Poppy play amongst a bunch of other bands, I'm always up for Pulled Apart By Horses and Dinosaur Pile-Up too
  12. really itching for an announcement soon tbh. just got my annual leave approved so I can go hoping for Feeder or IDLES as one of the headliners (preferably Feeder, personally)
  13. well... that was not what I expected at all
  14. absolutely ecstatic over Jimmy Eat World as a headliner tbh, I love that band
  15. We Are The In Crowd just tweeted a random ass photo of art of them as a full band, potentially a re-union that's sure to be nailed on if they're getting back together?
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