Promising to have some of the best unsigned bands in the UK, THE FLEECE INN, NORTHALLERTON will be hosting it’s annual FLEECETONBURY in April. As last year proved, it’s certainly a music festival to get excited about if you like seeing great bands before they get signed and go off and play huge venues.
Returning for it’s second year, Fleecetonbury offers music fans the chance to champion live music at great value for money. This year will see in excess of 25 bands play across the three-day festival of Friday 14th April, Saturday 15th April and Sunday 16th April.
Friday headliners Dead Sea Skulls will be arriving from Birmingham with their blend of sharp, passionate Punk/Garage to kick the weekend off in style.
Saturday sees Billy Bibby, the singer-songwriter and founding Catfish and the Bottlemen lead guitarist follow up strong summer festival appearances at Kendal Calling and Southsea Fest with a style of music described by Clint Boon as “that classic sort of British songwriting with a strong nod to Americana”.
Sunday’s finale, Tom Hingley, promises to be a strong closer to the festival. Best known as the former lead singer of the Inspiral Carpets, Tom will bring his style of dirty electric blues rock to finish off the festival in style.
With other bands on the bill including Apollo Junction, Vida, Alex Lowe, Super Phone, Jump Stone and Elephant Trees, NE Volume are pretty sure that there won’t be a better value for money festival anywhere in the UK this year.