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August 6, 2019

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Opening with ‘Ecstacy’, the four-piece from Sweden, Normandie (8), immediately got a pit going. Combining unusual synths with big riffs and catchy choruses, Normandie’s sound made their set really enjoyable. A large majority of their audience knew their lyrics, and Normadie were all bouncing around the stage as they played. Frontman Philip Strand worked the crowd easily, getting them to jump and sing at his command. Since the r...

August 3, 2019

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Sœur are making waves at the moment. Their math rock infused grunge sound is huge and their upcoming release is hotly anticipated. We caught up with them after they stepped up to play both the Main Stage and The Cave at 2000 Trees this year to chat about new music and what’s really pushing them as a band right now. 

Hey guys, how have your sets been this weekend?

Tina Maynard (Guitar/Vocals): The Cave went really w...

July 31, 2019

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Bristolian singer/songwriter Gaz Brookfield’s (8.5) vibe fit perfectly with the Forest Stage’s intimate setting. His songs were perfectly crafted stories, capturing the attention of his audience. Technical issues prompted Brookfield to head into the middle of the crowd after one song, resulting in a huge singalong. From the amusing ‘The Diabetes Blues’ to the sombre ‘Tale of Gunner Haines’, Brookfield’s set and chatter between...

July 28, 2019

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After the release of their second album, White Flag, Swedish post-hardcore band Normandie have been touring relentlessly. We caught up with drummer Anton Franzon and singer Philip Strand ahead of their set at 2000 Trees festival to talk touring, new music, and interesting venues.

Hey guys, how are you feeling about playing tomorrow? Is this your first time here?

Philip: Yeah, it’s our first time here at 2000 Trees. We’ve heard...

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Bristol math rock three-piece Sœur’s (7.5) first set of the weekend was colossal. The harmonies of vocalist/guitarists Tina Maynard and Anya Pulver were hauntingly beautiful, a perfect juxtaposition with their meaty riffs. They flew through old favourites including ‘Fight’ and ‘Slow Days’ and treated us to newer material too. Their latest single, ‘Do What I Want’ sounded huge with the audience singing the words back to the band....

July 10, 2019

Following on the from first half of our list, here's the second part of our top 10 crucial picks for this year's 2000 Trees Festival. See you down the farm!


Over the course of it’s existence, 2000 Trees has proven itself to be one of the most inclusive festivals within the UK. Each year see’s the festival playing host to an incredibly broad range of artists that span the entirety of alternative spectrum. However, this year’s see’s the introduct...

July 6, 2019

This time next week two things are certain; we're going to be watching some of the best talent belonging to the alternative scene and we're going to be a little bit inebriated. Whilst this year's 2000 Trees Festival is playing host to a lineup that's overflowing with phenomenal talent, we've handpicked our top selections for this year's event. Here's who you need to see at this year's best medium sized festival.

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February 28, 2019

Cheltenham's mighty 2000 Trees festival has announced their third and final headliner for 2019; Deaf Havana.

Their fifth studio album, Rituals, was released in the August of 2018, suggesting that they’ve got plans to make 2019 their biggest year yet. With a sound that effortlessly combines big post-hardcore riffs and anthemic pop-punk choruses, what’s not to love?They’ll make their first headline appearance on the main stage on Saturday 13th July.


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