Airborne Toxic Event debut new tracks at Next Big Thing
Sissy and The Blisters, Morning Parade play festival
Chris Swindells - 11 February 2011
Hit single 'Somewhere Around Midnight' stood out as the sing-a-long favourite on the night.
Lead singer Mikel Jollett joked about drunken conversations with Robert Smith as he dedicated new song 'Strange Girl' to The Cure.
Sissy and The Blisters injected some life into the malign room with Libertines flavoured rebellion rock.
Vocalist James Geard flung himself access the floor and into new single 'We Are The Others''
Virtual Festivals' One To Watch Morning Parade battled an early doors crowd and garnered some lukewarm praise for their mid-tempo radio-rock with ‘A&E’ and ‘Under The Stars’ being appreciated.