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Festival Review: End of the Road – Saturday

As thousands of bleary eyed festival-goers awoke sweating in their tents as the sun beat down on them, still harbouring the muddy wellingtons and rain-lashed clothing from the day before in their porches, it was clear the second day of End of the Road was going to be an absolute belter. Welcoming the Indian Summer onto the main stage from midday were the warm, deep vocals and slow paced soothing tunes of London five-piece Absentee, who briefly burst into more stompy, upbeat rock to showcase the sound of their new album Victory Shorts, due out on September 22.

Noah and the Whale Interview

The album’s out on Monday, are you pleased with it? Charlie Fink: Yeah we’re delighted FFS: And your single Five Years Time is doing very well. CF: Yeah, It was download until Monday and then it was physically released on…

The Shins – Chutes Too Narrow

It’s my belief that people who like music with guitars have every right to despair of our wretched decade and its tight-trousered ‘The … band’ sub-Ramones pop idols. Thankfully there is salvation out there is you are willing to find…