Reading & Leeds top picks

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reding-leeds -reding-leeds-Reading & Leeds top picks28TH – 30TH AUGUST 2015, BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND 

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If you’re heading to Reading or Leeds over the coming days here are the performances you won’t want to miss

[divider]Royal Blood[/divider]

The Brighton duo who channel bluesy rock and make a hell of a noise for a band of two.

[divider]The Gaslight Anthem[/divider]

It may be one of the last opportunities you get to see the bluesy, punk rock band from New Jersey. The band are on an indefinite hiatus following their current European tour.

[divider]Frank Turner[/divider]

A folky singer songwriter with Positive Songs for Negative People

[divider]The Maccabees[/divider]

Wild-eyed choruses, from chest thumping to chilled sounds

[divider]Childcare[/divider]

A crime this band aren’t bigger.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRnLRj5898g

[divider]Wolf Alice[/divider]

The four-piece from North London offering up grungy pop-rock are ones to watch, it feels like they are on the edge of exploding

[divider]Jamie xx[/divider]

Rich, complex and dazzling

[divider]Bears Den[/divider]

Alternative folk band formed in West London with a spellbinding sound 

[divider]Slaves[/divider]

Vibrant, loud, fun, primitive style – brilliant