Posted by: outroversion | April 12, 2014

2000 Trees 2014: Verses

Verses

There isn’t much of a let up in the music from this Brighton quartet, you better get training before going to see them or you won’t last many songs. The frenetic energy of hometown heroes Blood Red Shoes, the musicianship and passion of Canterbury and the anthemic delivery of Twin Atlantic make for a quintessential enterprise at this year’s 2000 Trees.

Their debut album Feel it Faster is out towards the end of May right in time for a huge festival season for the band. It is essentially the follow up to 2012’s mini-album Come to Life and shows the evolution of the band from their initiation to what should be a vital year in their history.

As well as the music, their tour schedule doesn’t leave much room to take a breath either, you’re bound to have an opportunity to catch them this summer make sure you take it.

Feel it Faster

 

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More from 2000 Trees 2014:

Canterbury- 2000 Trees: Canterbury // More acts announced

Thursday Mixtape– 2000 Trees: Thursday Line-up announcement + Mixtape

Gnarwolves– 2000 Trees 2014: Gnarwolves

Retrospective Soundtrack Players– 2000 Trees 2014: Retrospective Soundtrack Players

Ben Marwood– 2000 Trees 2014: Ben Marwood

Johnny Foreigner- 2000 Trees 2014: Johnny Foreigner

Oxygen Thief- 2000 Trees 2014: Oxygen Thief

Dan Le Sac -v- Scroobius Pip- 2000 Trees 2014: Dan Le Sac -v- Scroobius Pip

Dad Rocks!- 2000 Trees 2014: Dad Rocks!

VerseChorusVerse– 2000 Trees 2014: VerseChorusVerse

Wolf Alice: 2000 Trees 2014: Wolf Alice

Boy Jumps Ship2000 Trees 2014: Boy Jumps Ship

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