Also announced: Smile And Burn, These Minds, Oh Pioneer, Calls Landing, Pavilions, Diamond Days, Black Diamond and Hometown all added.
Now entering its third year, the two-day alternative indoor festival Fury Fest 2015 is delighted to announce that Bath alternative rock band DECADE and a host of other names complete the bill for the two-day event.
The appearance lands bang in the middle of a run of headline UK tour dates for the Bath quintet who head out on the road this month with Big Nothing (formerly Scouts) before a run of dates in Europe with Set It Off. Watch the video for their latest single ‘Coffin’ here:
Also announced today are another clutch of bands including international names and a healthy dose of new artists from the local alternative scene including; Berlin punks Smile And Burn, Leeds pop punk five-piece These Minds, fellow Leeds emo revivalists Calls Landing, Teesside pop punk quintet Oh Pioneer, Wirral based post-hardcore locals Pavilions, Liverpool alt-rock quartet Diamond Days, Merseyside rock newcomers Black Diamond and alt-emo Scouse crew Hometown.
They join the previously announced; Motion City Soundtrack, Man Overboard, Trash Talk, Moose Blood, Astroid Boys, Roam, Blood Youth, Waster, Boston Manor, Trash Boat, Milestones, Please Head North and Bearing Loss.
Headlining the festival on Saturday 2nd May will be Minneapolis alt-rock veterans Motion City Soundtrack playing their seminal album ‘Commit This to Memory’ in full as part of the record’s ten year anniversary celebrations (#CTTM10) in a UK festival exclusive performance.
Tickets are priced at £15 per day or £25 for the weekend and are on sale now.