Pure Love for Dot To Dot Festival 2012
Frank Carter's new band head out of the capital...
Chris Eustace - 18 May 2012
The band, fronted by ex-Gallows mainman Frank Carter and ex-Hope Conspiracy guitarist Jim Carroll, recently posted their long-awaited first song ‘Bury My Bones’ online to widespread praise, and will play on all three dates of the tri-city event.
The festival visits Bristol on Saturday 2nd June, then Nottingham on Sunday 3rd June and finally Manchester on bank holiday Monday 4th June.
Recent additions include The Internet, the side-project of Syd The Kyd and Matt Martians from Odd Future, Cloud Nothings, Olugbenga from Metronomy, O Children, A Plastic Rose, All The Young, Doldrums, Two Wounded Birds, Hyde & Beast, The Dunwells, Last Dinosaurs, Lewis Watson, Josh Kumra, Kwes, and Mary Epworth
Friends are confirmed to play the Nottingham date, with Here We Go Magic set to play at Bristol and Nottingham, and 2:54 and Sunless 97 on board for the Nottingham and Manchester gigs.
The only tri-city festival in the UK is now in it's seventh year and has already featured the likes of Ed Sheeran,
The xx, Florence & The Machine, The Naked and Famous, and Friendly
Tickets are available for all cities now priced at £20 per day.