With 2000 Trees Festival 2023 just around the corner, we take a look at some of the bands that you just can’t miss at this year’s festival.
With their explosive shows, Haggard Cat are already firm festival favourites at Trees and the hardcore duo look set to bring in the festival with a bang on Wednesday.
There were tears all around when three-piece Press To Meco announced their split at the tail end of last year, but the band will be back for a proper farewell on Wednesday night.
Grunge-rockers Exit Child may be newcomers, but are already showing audiences why they are one of the bands to look out for in 2023 and beyond. Angsty, yet powerful, the band is like a candle in a darkened room.
Can I say anything more other than… BRING ON THE NEWPORT HELICOPTER?!
Transatlantic duo Prima Queen are already making waves with slots at both SXSW and Glastonbury and supporting the likes of Wet Leg. They look set to continue their rise with their own brand of indie-rock featuring velvety melodies and nostalgic story telling.
Frontmen Simon Neil (Biffy Clyro) and Mike Vennart (Oceansize) recently created a heavy metal baby, and its name is EMPIRE STATE BASTARD. Brutal and thrashy, the band look set to blow the roof off in the Axiom on Friday night.
Fierce and unapologetic, Brat-Punk artist Delilah Bon will light up the Forest Sessions on Saturday with their unique show tackling a plethora of difficult subjects.
It’s been 20 years since Detroit rock band Electric Six released their debut album Fire, so they look set to celebrate this on the Main Stage on Saturday.