Who To See: 2000Trees Festival 2022
6 — 9 July 2022, Upcote Farm, Cheltenham
2000Trees has landed back on our summer calendar in full force, boasting its most incredible lineup yet.
Following a rough couple years which saw the majority of UK festivals postponed, 2000Trees is making its much-anticipated return with Jimmy Eat World, Thrice, Turnstile, IDLES and You Me At Six topping the bill. Taking place 6th – 9th July at Cheltenham’s Upcote Farm, if you’ve not yet picked up your tickets here’s some acts we’re hoping will convince you!
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Bristol's noise rock quartet are the perfect act to catch if you're a fan of visceral post-punk delivery and raucous, metallic guitars! Falling somewhere between Do Nothing, IDLES and The Murder Capital, their wild performance isn't to be missed.
Indie-rock trio cheerbleederz are gearing up for the release of their debut album 'even in jest' on 27th July. Landing in the midst of Snail Mail, Hop Along and Charly Bliss, if you're a fan of lo-fi melodic punk and sugary pop anthems chock full of fiery lyricism, this is the band to catch.
Following the release of their debut album 'The Great Regression' in March this year, Brighton-based DITZ have been moving rapidly from strength to strength. In the vein of Crows or our aforementioned Heavy Lungs, they're an act you simply have to see live.
On a lighter note, Midlands-based S.T. Manville delivers soft, touching bedroom-folk akin to Sufjan Stevens or Keaton Henson. Emotive and poignant, he's mastered the art of oozing beauty in sad times.
Hailing from Derry, the pop-punk trio count Smashing Pumpkins, Bikini Kill and American Football amongst their influences. Spanning melodic rock to the heavier side of punk, their manic performance is a guaranteed must-see this year.
Hotly-tipped, the rising artist has exploded in the alternative scene as a self-proclaimed 'ugly popstar'. Their songs are gritty and uncomfortable, leaning heavily into hardcore influences with a fizzing mania that's illuminated by gleaming neon and full-frontal no-holds lyricism.
2000Trees kicks off on Wednesday at Upcote Farm — Tickets Here!