What’s one of the last places you expect to see a music festival? A disused church in Blackburn, maybe? Well, although the venue is unexpected, Confessional Festival brought amazing music to Holy Trinity Church this weekend and the beautiful interior, high ceilings and stained glass windows, decorated in line with the rainforest theme, only added enormity to the weekend.
Celebrating the release of their latest EP, Dantevilles welcomed everyone to The Eagle Inn on Saturday night for a sold-out show.
Over the bank holiday weekend, Glastonferret brought a together some of the best bands for an exciting weekend of non-stop music at The Ferret in Preston.
Welcome To The Theatre uncovers three different sides of Dantevilles, the new EP comes out on Friday (30th August) amd mixes their established funk tones with rock, pop and at times it offers something slightly more mysterious and experimental. Each of the three tracks featured holds something unique and adds another layer to the release, while still complementing each other for the perfect combination.
Cotton Clouds Festival returned to Saddleworth Cricket Club this weekend for its third year, with headline sets from The Wailers, Peter Hook & The Light, along with music from Reverend and the Makers and Tim Burgess, the weekend was always going to go down well.