Sometimes the best will in the world is not enough to guide you through an itinerary of bands you want to see, and post-Focus it was startlingly apparent that we had seen a very different festival to a lot of our friends and associates.
We started off so well at 10am, with a Greasy Spoon breakfast in one of Wrexham’s less swanky cafes. Then Tom Carroll (of Liverpool’s Bad Mood) sent me a fateful text, it simply read.. ‘Pint?’More
mexican walking fish
From the gutter in Rhyl to the bright lights of London, Bright Young People kick the beggar on the sidewalk, flick the V’s at the cameras and act cooler than cool in the name of rock and roll… Make that dirty rock and roll. Their debut (proper) 5 track EP gives a nod to sunny Rhyl with the title ‘Sunshine Town EP’ and is loud, gritty and uncompromising with it’s Stooges swagger and spit you in the face attitude. (itunes)More