Following the mass cancellations of Nothing, Nowhere’s tour last month, there has been another cancellation as the frontman is seeking treatment for his mental health.
Nothing, Nowhere was scheduled to appear on The Pit stage but has pulled out of this weekend’s festivals as he continues his recovery.
This is what he posted.
My thoughts are with Joe as he continues his recovery.
After the first announcement which included Fall Out Boy and Panic! At The Disco, this year’s Leeds and Reading Festival has announced more bands for the August festivities.
Check out who’s playing.
Known as one of the best festivals within the UK, the annual Leeds and Reading festivals have announced their first acts for this year’s bill.
On the announcement, Sum 41, Underoath, Creeper, Panic! At The Disco, Nothing But Thieves and Papa Roach have all been announced so far.
Here’s the full lineup at the time of writing.
Leeds and Reading have announced more bands for this year’s August Bank Holiday Festivals.
Among them is the band Neck Deep, who are a must see for anyone attending the festival. Just get ready for a few pits (as a warning).
I saw them at Slam Dunk a few weeks ago and they were great! In all honestly though, I caught the last of their set as I was seeing another headliner, Tonight Alive!
But wth a new album (The Peace and The Panic) set for release this year, we might be in for a special surprise at the festival.
Here are the other bands officially announced by the festival.
Here’s a taster of the summer festivals as you can see highlights of Biffy Clyro and You Me At Six’s set’s from the events.
First, here’s Biffy performing ‘Wolves Of Winter’.
And You Me At Six packed out their stage, the Where It Begins Stage, they performed Take On The World from their newest album, ‘Night People’.
Over the summer, both bands will be playing various festivals, Biffy Clyro will be headlining Download Festival next week then You Me At Six will be headlining the NME stage at Reading and Leeds Festival in August.
The three sister team which is Haim are teasing their return to the music world. They’ve been locked away preparing for the follow up to 2013’s acclaimed ‘Days Are Gone’ album, but now, after a few pushbacks, it looks like they’re about to release their new material.
With a run of dates scheduled for the summer, which includes a headlining set at the Radio One Stage at Reading and Leeds Festival, they’re about to come back with a vengeance.
The speculation has arrived after a massive new billboard appeared near Shoreditch high Street in London.
Take a look below.
Progressive metal band Nothing More have finished recording their next album!
According to their Facebook page, the four-piece band finished their final track on Monday!
Check out their post.
Everyone wanting to see the band live will have to wait for their Download Festival set, but they have also recently been added to the bill for this year’s Leeds and Reading. Festival!
Leeds Festival have announced over 100 more acts for their annual festival in August.
This year Pvris are heading to the main stage!
Lynn Gunn said, “We are excited to see what comes from it this time around and perhaps even play some new tunes *wink wink*”.
More teasing for us fans, while we wait for the album number two announcement.
Also Added to the lineup are Boston Manor, Palisades, Breaking Benjamin, Arcane Roots, Vant and 90+ acts.
Check out the full lineup and stage splits below!
Leeds and Reading Festival just got so much bigger today, with them announcing over 70 bands for the festival.
They announced their last headliner Eminem and have also added the amazing talents of You Me At Six, Billy Talent, Moose Blood, Marmozets, Counterfeit and The Hunna.
Here’s the full list of who’s been added.
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes
Katy B (DJ Set)
Noisia ‘Outer Edges’
Rex Orange County
The Pretty Reckless
You Me At Six
Young T & Bugsey
And here’s the breakdown of the weekend.
Leeds and Reading are spoiling us! They have another announcement this week and I cant wait to see what bands will be playing the festival in August.
The Lineup already has bands such as Jimmy Eat World, Korn, Against The Current and While She Sleeps.
Here’s the current lineup: