Smoke Fairies Smoke Fairies enter the stage in a truly understated manner and begin with Awake, instantly engaging the audience with their haunting vocals that resound throughout the venue. Their ability to play with the dynamics of the song and develop the performance with tremolo on the viola, demonstrate from the outset that this is to be musically extraordinary performance.


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Smoke Fairies Smoke Fairies enter the stage in a truly understated manner and begin with Awake, instantly engaging the audience with their haunting vocals that resound throughout the venue. Their ability to play with the dynamics of the song and develop the performance with tremolo on the viola, demonstrate from the outset that this is to be musically extraordinary performance.


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The Menzingers The Menzingers’ neo Pop Punk Power-chord skullduggery success is theirs for the taking. As for The Front Bottoms' tiresome, humour-free moniker, well who says our ex-colonial American cousins don’t have a sense of Jonathan Richmond retro-irony? But, for wanting better than sticking a swarm of scorpions down your skids, you’d be hard done to beat opening band, Above Them. This energetic, noise-extreme collective of machine-gunning guitar young men with melodic chopped-crocodile chords eagerly snapping at your ear bollocks really are the business. With now-time, new-matey uber New Wave vim they immediately endeared themselves to the Hare punters with a, "Cheers for coming out early!"


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The Menzingers The Menzingers’ neo Pop Punk Power-chord skullduggery success is theirs for the taking. As for The Front Bottoms' tiresome, humour-free moniker, well who says our ex-colonial American cousins don’t have a sense of Jonathan Richmond retro-irony? But, for wanting better than sticking a swarm of scorpions down your skids, you’d be hard done to beat opening band, Above Them. This energetic, noise-extreme collective of machine-gunning guitar young men with melodic chopped-crocodile chords eagerly snapping at your ear bollocks really are the business. With now-time, new-matey uber New Wave vim they immediately endeared themselves to the Hare punters with a, "Cheers for coming out early!"


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