Day One -- Foals, White Miles, Frank Carter, Creeper, Hinds, Superheaven, Anteros, Otherkin, Dinosaur Pile-up, Airways, Nothing More, The Sherlocks, The Muncie Girls, Blaenavon, AlunaGeorge, Twenty One Pilots, Asking Alexandria
Day Two -- Inheaven, Heck, Blossoms, Avalanche Party, The Hunna, Milk Teeth, Vant, Jack Garratt, The Shimmer Band, King Gizzard and
In Order: Blood Red Shoes, Mystery Jets, The Duke Spirit, Tiggs Da Author, The Sherlocks, The Carnabells, and Autobahn
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For all those who had gone a little too hard on Friday night, Mr Motivator was called in to spring people into action. Bringing some life to the festival in the late morning the exercise instructor pushed people to the max clearing away those crippling hangovers just in time for
I came up with this playlist late one night while drafting a proposal. These tunes can be classified as a healthy alternative to energy drinks. Enjoy, and remember, no need for moderation here!
Lunchband- Beach Song
Seattle Yacht Club- Same Old Questions
Transition, Baby!- Grit
Stirling- Club Table Queen
Double-Feature on The Sherlocks ft. Let Me Introduce You To… & Gimme Your Answers!
There are often times where I need a certain tune to release all of my energy... Sometimes these tracks are hard to find, but when it comes to The Sherlocks' music, I feel as if I can
This is part of The Sherlocks' interview segment within their Let Me Introduce You To...
AMBY: How did The Sherlocks get together?
The Sherlocks: Firstly the band consists of two sets of brothers, Brandon & Kiaran Crook and Andy & Josh Davidson. Kiaran and Andy became friends when Andy & Josh moved