Tag: Bring

NME Festival blog: Blur’s Alex James can’t bring himself to vote for Jeremy Corbyn so Twitter reacts

Blur‘s Alex James says he can’t bring himself to vote for Jeremy Corbyn in the upcoming general election – and he’s received a lot of backlash on social media for his opinion. Taking to Twitter after last night’s (Decemeber 6) BBC UK general election debate between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn, the Brit pop bassist and […]

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NME Festival blog: Watch Travis Scott bring out Kanye West at Astroworld festival

The future Presidential candidate performed ‘Follow God’ and ‘Can’t Tell Me Nothing’ Travis Scott brought Kanye West on stage to perform with him during his second annual Astroworld festival in Houston this weekend. Kanye performed ‘Follow God’, his latest single from ‘Jesus Is King’, and ‘Can’t Tell Me Nothing’ from 2007’s ‘Graduation’. Others special guests on the night […]

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READING & LEEDS FESTIVAL NEWS: We loved your answers so much, we decided to bring this meme back!…

Latest Festival Flyer update from Reading and Leeds Festivals Leeds Festival Source We loved your answers so much, we decided to bring this meme back! 💛❤️ Leeds Festival, which one are you?! 🤣www.readingandleedsfestival.com MORE RECENT ANNOUNCEMENTS MORE RECENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

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NME Festival blog: Sziget festival 2019: The National bring the grandeur, Macklemore brings the laughs, a fan hurls the underwear

“There’s a bra on stage!” exclaims Macklemore, holding it aloft. “On the first song? This shit never happens! God, I’m gonna keep this. This is one of my favourite places in Europe. This is one of my favourite bras in Europe…” The Seattle rapper is a bit of a fixture at Sziget, the seven-day-long festival […]

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NME Festival blog: Slipknot’s Clown talks plans to bring Knotfest to the UK

“It definitely will happen but it has to be the right thing” Slipknot‘s Shawn ‘Clown’ Crahan has talked about the possibility of bringing the band’s touring Knotfest to the UK. The band are currently touring the festival across the US in support of their new album ‘We Are Not Your Kind’, which is out today […]

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NME Festival blog: Watch Drake bring out Cardi B, Offset, Tyga, Meek Mill and more at OVO Fest 2019

Toronto was the place to be Monday night Drake’s very own two-day music festival, OVO Fest, came to a raucous end in Toronto Monday (August 5) night with a star-studded slate of hip-hop guests: Cardi B, Offset, Tyga, Rick Ross, Meek Mill and more made appearances. Some of the artists performed their collaborative tracks with […]

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NME Festival blog: Alan McGee says it will take a “tragedy” to bring Liam and Noel Gallagher together

McGee says he can’t see an end to the arguing anytime soon Former Creation Records boss Alan McGee says he thinks it will take a “tragedy” to bring Liam and Noel Gallagher together again. McGee, who signed Oasis to Creation Records in 1993, told Clint Boon’s Humans of XS Manchester podcast that it would take […]

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NME Festival blog: Bring Me The Horizon bring their “touring freak show” to Electric Castle

Bring Me The Horizon are in the middle of a packed summer, taking their brilliant new live show (or “touring freak show”) from festival to festival. With brilliant dystopian dancers, cinematic visuals and a shit ton of pyro, it’s a theatrical triumph for the band, and an example of why, after 15 years, they’re the […]

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NME Festival blog: Endgame’ re-released in cinemas this week for ‘Bring Back’ event – plus, free posters!

And viewers can get their mitts on an official ‘Endgame: Bring Back’ poster…. Avengers: Endgame is being re-released in participating cinemas this week with a new scene, post-credit surprises, and merchandise for lucky fans. The Marvel blockbuster has for months vied with Avatar (2009) for the title of the biggest ever worldwide box office record. As […]

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NME Festival blog: The Cure bring back old favourites

An epic set The Cure have begun their journey to Glastonbury festival 2019 by performing an epic set at Malahide Castle in Dublin last night. The iconic Crawley group are set to headline Glastonbury later this month and are also preparing to release their long-awaited new album which frontman Robert Smith has previous described as “dark” […]

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