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Stereophonics at This Is Tomorrow

Sunday, May 26 @ 2:00 pm - 10:30 pm

THIS IS TOMORROW FESTIVAL 2019!
SUNDAY 26TH MAY // 4PM
EXHIBITION PARK, NEWCASTLE

One of the UK’s finest, Stereophonics bring their anthem-filled set to Exhibition Park as the SUNDAY HEADLINER of This Is Tomorrow!

“As well as churning out an incredible ten albums to date, starting with ‘Word Gets Around’ (1997) to ‘Scream Above The Sounds’ (2017), the band have continued to release unfalteringly brilliant singles.” – Gigs North East

With Special Guests
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Johnny Marr: facebook.com/officialjohnnymarr/
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“The light that never went out” – The Guardian

Recommended track: “Armatopia”
Listen here: spoti.fi/2Tsec9P
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Lewis Capaldi: facebook.com/lewiscapaldi/
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“the list” interview – When we put out my first single in March, that was the first time I thought, ‘oh shit!’ It was number one on New Music Friday US on Spotify, and I don’t think my manager’s phone or email has stopped since” – Lewis Capaldi

Recommended track: “Someone You Loved“
Listen here: spoti.fi/2TnbAtB
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Yonaka: facebook.com/weareYONAKA/
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“Shiny, armoured pop with metallic, QOTSA-style riffs, hip-hop rhythms and grimy UK attitude.” – The Guardian

Recommended track: “Bad Company“
Listen here: spoti.fi/2UphBlV
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Marsicans: facebook.com/marsicans/
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“Marsicans’ new single, ‘Too Good’, showcases the band’s trademark harmonies over a toe-tapping groove. Backed by cutting guitar sounds and scintillating synths, this is a dreamy ode to love that’s perfect for festival season. Get on it immediately.” – GigSlutz

Recommended track: “Too Good”
Listen here: https://spoti.fi/2tVEeCQ
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Cattle & Cane: facebook.com/cattleandcane/
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“Cattle & Cane have been heavily supported by BBC Introducing, subsequently going on to play BBC Radio 2 live at Hyde Park alongside T in the Park. All gig-goers are transformed into adoring fans after seeing their breathtaking set.” – Gigs North East

Recommended track: “Seven Hours“
Listen here: spoti.fi/2VHTdw3
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Plaza: facebook.com/wernotplaza/
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“They seem to have come out of nowhere and word of mouth reccomendations are spreading like bush fire for the band who curiously label themselves, err… “post-indie”.” – Gigwise

Recommended track: “Deep In My Head”
Listen here: spoti.fi/2H2Pcz2
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Sick Joy: facebook.com/sickjoyband/
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“Welcome to your lives Brighton trio Sick Joy, who aim to harness the power of music’s golden decade by blending their mix of hooky, poppy grunge with three chords and the truth, man.” – Louder Sound

Recommended track: “Heaven“
Listen here: spoti.fi/2ELzkxt
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Mano McLaughlin: facebook.com/ManoMclaughlin/
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“Mano is one of the most authentic and unique songwriters in the country. Revered and cherished by his peers but without sharing their acclaim, he is the UK’s best-kept musical secret.”

Recommended track: “Dive”
Listen here: spoti.fi/2NV5UBj
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Rivet City: facebook.com/RivetCityBand/
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Recommended track: “Circles”
Listen here: spoti.fi/2VMizsV
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SWEARS: https://www.facebook.com/swearsbanduk/
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“SWEARS are one of the hottest new alternative rock bands on the Teesside music scene.” – NE Volume

Recommended track: “Subliminal”
Listen here: spoti.fi/2XKbqv1
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Tickets available now from £49 @ http://bit.ly/TT19-PHONICS

Details

Date:
Sunday, May 26
Time:
2:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Website:
https://thisistomorrow.ticketline.co.uk/

Venue

Exhibition Park
Claremont Rd
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7 GB
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