With Jimmy Eat World, Thrice and Idles headlining, we already know that 2000 Trees 2022 is going to rock; but let’s take a closer look at some of the other amazing artists on this year’s lineup.
Frontman Mark Holley has been showcasing some new Black Foxxes demo tracks on their social media during the last few months, so it will be wonderful to hear some of these songs along with old favourites during what promises to be a very special Forest Stage set on Wednesday night.
This gravely voiced rock star already has a Heavy Music Award for Best UK Breakthrough Artist under her belt, along with support slots for the likes of My Chemical Romance and Willow, and looks set to make a lasting impression on the alternative music scene throughout 2022.
Swedish rockers Royal Republic will bring their own brand of chaotic fun to the Cave on Thursday night. With retro, garage rock vibes; these guys know how to put on one hell of a good show with their high-octane performances.
If you like your rock music with a hint of the macabre, then be sure to watch St Agnes’ set on the Main Stage on Friday afternoon. For a melodramatic and fiery horror-punk performance, be sure to check out their set.
It would not be 2000 Trees Festival without at least one set from everyone’s favourite skiffle-pop band, Thrill Collins. For those who haven’t experienced these guys before… expect to hear all your chart favourites from across the years, performed in a completely unique and amusing manner.
Nova Twins have just released their second album, Supernova, and it is sonically spectacular. Blending a plethora of different genres including rock, punk, metal, pop and even hip-hop, the duo truly are a unique beacon in the rock scene at the moment.
For a chilled out afternoon in woodland surroundings, be sure to check out Masca’s set on the Forest Stage on Saturday. The Bristolian duo are currently heading towards the release of their debut EP, and the songs that they have shared so far are the perfect slice of indie-pop perfection.