June 28, 2017 |

2000 Trees Ones To Watch 2017

2000 Trees Ones To Watch 2017

June 28, 2017 |

2000 Trees Festival has always prided itself on championing the best new talent in music. This year’s line-up is certainly no different and festival goers are spoilt for choice. Here’s who we think you should check out this year; you may just find your favourite new band.

1 Brutus

If there is one set you really won’t forget in a hurry it’s likely that it’ll be Brutus’ one.  Already the band has secured themselves as one to keep an eye on with their loud and dominant sound & their summer of festival performances is set to only continue this. The band hit up the Cave on the Friday; with Employed To Serve & Shvpes either side of them (!!) Do not miss out.

2 Giants –

If you like your music loud then head to The Cave on the Saturday and check out Giants. The hardcore band from Essex/London has spent the last year working as hard as possible and the rewards just keep on coming. Given the task of opening The Cave on Saturday morning, they are sure to provide a cure to that Friday night-too many white Russians hangover.

3 Fizzy Blood – 

The band of the moment. Fizzy Blood seemed to have hit a turning point in recent months & a huge wave of support for the band has come flooding in, and deservedly so. Having only been around since 2014, the band has already found themselves on some of the biggest festival line ups & on tour with the likes of While She Sleeps. The only downside to Fizzy Blood at 2000 Trees though is that clash with The Menzingers forest set; the hardest choice you’ll make all weekend.

4 Kamikaze Girls –

Kamikaze Girls Facebook bio best sums up exactly what the band are about. “(Kamikaze Girls) want you to know that it’s okay to be sad. Since 2014 the Riot Grrrl duo, consisting of vocalist and guitarist Lucinda Livingstone and drummer Conor Dawson, have used music as a means to challenge attitudes and taboos surrounding mental health.” They are the perfect band for right now & their music is sure to resonate with many. Head to The Axiom for a breath of musical fresh air.