One of our favourite festivals is just around the corner, and each year the artists who are announced don’t disappoint us one bit, and of course the line-up is the same this year! So, here are five bands and artists you don’t want to miss at Reading & Leeds 2017!
How could we not mention this absolute legend? Former singer of Oasis will be making an appearance at this year’s Reading & Leeds festival and we couldn’t be more excited! Gallagher has been working on his solo album As You Were, due to be released on October 6th. So, go check him out, and you can catch him at Leeds on Friday 25th and at Reading on Sunday 27th.
Declan Mckenna has appeared at many festivals, including Radio One’s Big Weekend and Glastonbury. He first came into the alternative music scene in 2015 when he won Glastonbury Festival’s Emerging Talent Competition, which led him onto a world tour earlier this year and his first album What Do You Think About the Car?, released in July. This is one person you definitely DON’T want to miss, so check him out on Friday 25th at Reading and Saturday 26th at Leeds.
PVRIS are yet another amazing band performing at Reading & Leeds, and we are super excited to see these guys make an appearance at this year’s festival. As if these guys haven’t got a busy enough year with their new album All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell set for release August the 25th , and a tour starting in September! It would be foolish not to check these guys out at Reading on Saturday 26th and Leeds on Sunday 27th.
Jimmy Eat World
These American rockers are performing at Reading & Leeds, and have made room in their current tour to be there and we couldn’t be happier. Jimmy Eat World released their ninth album “Integrity Blues” back in 2016 and are still touring, after nearly 18 years since originally forming in 1993! You can check these awesome rockers out on Friday 25th at Reading and Saturday 26th at Leeds. This will be a performance you will not want to miss!
The Amazons are an English rock band with a number of singles released over 2016 and 2017. They released their debut self-title studio album back in May this year, and have a tour starting in October which, so far, has managed to sell out one venue in the UK already. So why not check them out at Leeds on Saturday 26th and at Reading on Friday 25th ?!