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Crashing in to the 2021 wave of festival line-up releases, Y Not Festival have proven themselves to be a festival to take note of, with huge headline names and floods of buzzing new talent.

Stereophonics close off the Friday night festivities, with time-tested tunes that showcase exactly what the weekend is all about; shouting along to lyrics you love with your mates and already slightly sun-burnt skin. We can only keep our fingers crossed between now and the late July weekend that the group will play fan favourites, ‘Dakota’ creeping out as the prime example.

Any avid festival goer knows exactly how legendary a Bombay Bicycle performance is; the deceptively melodic tracks gain a new life when live, becoming electric signifiers of a summer in full swing. Just imagine ‘Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)’ reverberating through you as the sun goes down, and try to tell us you don’t instantly want to be at Y Not.

With Blossoms rounding off the Sunday shows, you’re guaranteed a setlist of indie-rock anthems, perfected in performance through years of gigging and lively festival showings. Indie-rock darlings DMA’S also come out of their lock down hiding to join them and once again take to the stage, and we can’t help but anticipate that this might be the most riotous set yet. With both bands having made the most of the more unusual times, we cannot wait to see how they jump guitar-first into their sets.

Early visitors are also treated to a performance by Circa Waves: festival favourites who need no introduction. Their tracks seem ready made for sunny days on a field – a star booking to get even more festival goers set up and raring to go on that earlier night if we’ve ever seen one.

Pale Waves, Sundara Karma, and Jake Bugg join the list, forming a well established rota that know not only how to perform, but how to perform for a festival as lively as this one. The Sherlocks, Jaws, and Bloxx are also set to make an appearance, the latter in particular being famed for outperforming bands miles above them in line-up lists. If you’ve already got your tickets, or are set to get them soon, make a note of Bloxx as a group to catch by any cost.

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The Orielles, Stealing Sheep, Tracyanne & Danny, Bis, Withered Hand, The Spook School, Big Joanie, Adult Mom and Peaness are among 45 artists confirmed today for this year’s Indietracks festival.

They’re joined by Holy Now, Young Romance, Mammoth Penguins, Porridge Radio, Strawberry Generation, Randolph’s Leap, The Catenary Wires, Molar, Witching Waves, Thud, Seazoo and L I P S.

Plus, we also have Fresh, Jetstream Pony, Child’s Pose, The BV’s, Cheerbleederz, Kermes, Kagoule, Junk Whale, Athabaska, Songs For Walter, Current Affairs, Kidsmoke, Owls of Now, Foundlings, Solution Hours, Grawl!x, Squiggles, Common Or Garden, Nim Chimpsky, Jacqui and Geoff, JC Quick, Rosehip Teahouse and She’s Got Spies.

It all takes place on the weekend of 26-28 July 2019 at our picturesque steam railway in Derbyshire. We’ve artists playing on four stages across the site, plus steam train rides, discos, art and craft workshops, children’s activities, museums, real ale and street foods.

We’re very happy to announce that Martha, Desperate Journalist, Advance Base, Best Praxis, Lost Tapes, The Proctors, Surf Muscle and The Sunbathers are all joining the Indietracks 2019 line-up.

Martha have just released an amazing new album, ‘Love Keeps Kicking’, and we can’t believe it’s already been four years since Desperate Journalist played their incredible show at Indietracks. We’re also delighted to welcome Advance Base – the electronic solo project of Chicago, IL singer/songwriter Owen Ashworth (formerly of Casiotone for the Painfully Alone). We’ve announced over 50 artists now, and there are biographies for everyone over on our website.

We’re also very excited to reveal the day splits for our headliners as follows:

  • Friday 26 July: The Orielles, Bis and Peaness
  • Saturday 27 July: Tracyanne & Danny, Martha, The Spook School, Desperate Journalist and Big Joanie
  • Sunday 28 July: Kero Kero Bonito, Stealing Sheep, Withered Hand, Advance Base and Adult Mom

After the bands, we’ll have discos with Fan Club, Paris Popfest, Grrls Like Us and Come Out 2Nite, as well as Bum Notes Karaoke with Ruby Waters. And we’ll have early evening children’s discos with How Does It Feel To Be Loved? and Some Like It Pop.

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We’re delighted to say that British Sea Power, Honeyblood, The Lovely Eggs, Dream Wife, Girl Ray and Sacred Paws are among 35 artists confirmed today for this year’s Indietracks festival.

The above artists are joined by Darren Hayma (playing ‘Breaking God’s Heart’), Even As We Speak, Haiku Salut, Onsind, The Smittens, Anna Burch, Boyracer, Night Flowers and Eureka California.

Plus, the following bands are also joining the bill today: Happy Accidents, Let’s Whisper, Wolf Girl, Just Blankets, Dream Nails, Mikey Collins, Sink Ya Teeth, Tugboat Captain, The Baby Seals, Life Model, Cat Apostrophe, Strange New Places, Melenas, Panic Pocket, French Boutik, Ghum, Rebecka Reinhard, Tekla, Whitelands and The Sunset Beach Hut.

The festival takes place on the weekend of 27th-29th July 2018 at our picturesque 1950s steam railway in Derbyshire. It’s a celebration of independent, creative and DIY pop music, with bands playing across the heritage steam railway site, including its main outdoor stage, in a locomotive shed, a tin tabernacle and on the steam trains themselves

Our full line up is below, and we’re so excited about this year’s festival – hope to see you all in July! x

FRIDAY 27 JULY
The Lovely Eggs, Sacred Paws, Worst Place

Des Was A Bowie Fan DJs, Bum Notes karaoke with Ruby Waters

SATURDAY 28 JULY
British Sea Power, Dream Wife, Amber Arcades, Darren Hayman, Spinning Coin, Colour Me Wednesday, Night Flowers
The Smittens, Tinsel Heart, Linda Guilala, Happy Accidents, Melenas, Ghum, Ex-Vöid, Strange New Places, Eureka California, French Boutik, Marble Season, Navina, Tugboat Captain, Sugar Rush!, Mighty Kids, Whitelands, Rafa Skam, Panic Pocket, Asking For A Friend DJs, Passionate Necking DJs

SUNDAY 29 JULY
Honeyblood, Girl Ray, Even As We Speak, Gwenno, Anna Burch, Onsind, Haiku Salut, Tigercats
Boyracer, Wolf Girl, Life Model, Dream Nails, Let’s Whisper, Just Blankets, Mikey Collins, Happy Spendy, Sink Ya Teeth, The Baby Seals, Cat Apostrophe, Marlaena Moore, Tekla, All Ashore!, Rebecka Reinhard, The Sunset Beach Hut, Tim the Mute, Time Machine Disco DJs, Recordsville Social DJs

Blossoms have been announced as the final main stage headliner for Bearded Theory Festival.

The band joins the line-up alongside previously announced headliners Robert PlantSeaford Mods and Jimmy Cliff. The independent family friendly festival, taking place from Thursday 24th May to Sunday May 27th, combines a variety of diverse live acts from indie to punk with classic festival acts including The Coral and Fun Lovin Criminals. The festival will also provide a variety of non-musical entertainment over the weekend from tea tents to a comedy woodland.

Taking place at Catton Hall in Derbyshire, Blossoms will headline the Pallet Stage at Bearded Theory on Friday 27th May.

Also performing on the day will be bands including The Jesus & Mary ChainThe Coral and Milburn.

With more than 80% of tickets for this year’s festival already sold, 2018 is looking set to be the festival’s 9th straight sell-out year in a row!. Four-day tickets include camping and are priced at £115 for adults (16+), £55 for those aged 12-15 and £28 for 6-11 year olds.

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This is the official compilation of artists playing the Indietracks Festival in Derbyshire (UK) on 28th-30th July 2017.

Indietracks is a celebration of independent, creative and DIY pop music. It takes place on a heritage steam railway site in the heart of the Derbyshire countryside on 28th-30th July 2017.

Artists announced so far include The Wedding Present, Cate Le Bon, Martha, Joanna Gruesome, Frankie Cosmos, The Tuts, The Wave Pictures and Skinny Girl Diet.

All money raised from this compilation is donated to the Midland Railway Trust, the charity which hosts the Indietracks Festival.
Huge thanks to all the artists who donated their songs. The copyright of these songs belongs to the individual artists and/or labels. Please see individual tracks for more information.

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Here’s a list of the artists playing at Indietracks in 2017, with biographies further down the page.

FRIDAY 28 JULY
(5pm to midnight)
Martha │ Chorusgirl │ Kid Canaveral │ Sweet Revenge (DJs) 
SATURDAY 29 JULY
(Midday to midnight)
The Wedding Present │ Frankie Cosmos │ Joanna Gruesome │ Lucky Soul │ Shopping │ The Hayman Kupa Band   Peaness  │ Cola Jet Set │ The Pooches │ TeenCanteen │ The Hearing  │ How Does It Feel To Be Loved? (DJs)Plus!  Crumbs, Crywank, David Leach, Garden Centre, ME REX, Milk Crimes, Milky Wimpshake, MJ Hibbett and the Validators, The Perfect English Weather, Pillow Queens, Rainbow Reservoir, Red Red Eyes, Schande, Stephanie Goodman and Plus Bum Notes karaoke with Ruby Waters.…

SUNDAY 30 JULY
(Midday to midnight)
Cate Le Bon │ The Wave Pictures │ The Tuts │ Monkey Swallows The Universe │ The Just Joans │ Skinny Girl Diet │ The Orchids │Mammoth Penguins and Friends │ Evripidis and his Tragedies │ Lilith Ai │ Offbeat (DJs)Plus!  Baby Arms, Charmpit, Cowtown, Cult Party, Dan Webber, Daniel vs the World, Enderby’s Room, Grace Petrie, Luby Sparks, Maybe Don’t, Model Village, Personal Best, Suggested Friends, th’sheridans, The Understudies, and Evripidis’ Jukebox (DJs),