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.
Alongside the final headliner, the rest of the 2019 Trees bill is now looking bulky. Joining Deaf Havana on Saturday will be Normandie. Ahead of the release of their sophomore album, White Flag, the Swedish four-piece toured with Aussie hardcore giants Hands Like Houses. Normandie’s album was received well by fans and critics alike, leaving all desperate for more UK appearances.
After a rebrand, Allusinlove, the Leeds quartet formerly known as Allusondrugs are set to return with a bang in 2019. They’ve already released a new single, ‘All Good People', which has an infectious chorus and brilliant classic rock sound. They’re geared up to play Friday at 2000 Trees.
Press to MECO will be bringing their stunning 3-piece harmonies back to Upcote Farm this summer and we, of course, cannot wait. The incredible Holding Absence, Haggard Cat, and Palm Reader are also making appearances across the weekend.
Other bands announced today include Flogging Molly, Turnstile, Drug Church, Can't Swim, The Black Queen, Wicca Phase, Springs Eternal, Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly., Angel Du$t, Dream State, The Number Twelve Looks Like You, Blood Youth, Conjurer, Cold Years, Holiday Oscar, A. A. Williams, Soeur, PENGSHUi, JOHN, itoldyouiwouldeatyou, Declare the Liar, Sulli, Floorboards, and All Ears Avow.
2000 Trees takes place at Upcote Farm, Cheltenham. Tickets are already flying out and you can pick one up here. See you down the farm later this summer!