17:45 - SHOALS
Reading's Shoals are four piece who share a love for the British guitar bands of the 90's, The grooves of Motown, and the harmonious psychedelia of the 60's.
18:45 - WILLIE J HEALEY
The scarily talented alternative folkie Willie J. Healey joins the Festival. The purveyor of low-fi pop hails from nearby Oxford and following the success of his 2017 debut album, Willie has supported the likes of Gaz Coombes, Mark Lanegan, Reading indie icons Sundara Karma and Slaves at their enormous Alexandra Palace show. Willie’s latest EP was released on Yala! Records (run by Felix White of The Maccabees) and this year look’s to be his for the taking.
19:45 - THE ADY BAKER SOUND
20:45 - 2019 test act - DO NOT MAKE THIS VISIBLE
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20:45 - ROZI PLAIN
Rozi Plain has been making music since her brother taught her a few chords on the guitar aged 13. Raised in Winchester, she spent a few years studying art and painting boats in Bristol, where she began collaborating with long-term friends Kate Stables (This Is The Kit) and Rachael Dadd among many others on a thriving local scene. It was there that Rozi made her first two albums, 2008’s Inside Over Here and 2012’s Joined Sometimes Unjoined, each works of deliciously sad and beautiful pop full of heart-wrenching harmonies dotted with unexpected instrumental flourishes.
Almost permanently on tour, Rozi has taken her joyous live show on the road countless times around Europe, the UK and the USA, in partnership with alt-folk luminaries from Devendra Banhart to James Yorkston and the Pictish Trail.
Rozi will be releasing a new album next year via Memphis Industries (Field Music/ Dutch Uncles).
22:00 - ADAM & ELVIS *Replacing Kiran Leonard*
ADAM & ELVIS believe in the work ethic of bands from the 1960s and and are aiming to release 10 albums in 10 years. Having self-released their debut record Through Snow Small Talk in October 2017 the band are now planning their follow up album: Pub Grub The band have had a busy year playing headline shows in London, Reading, Bristol, Bath, Liverpool and Leeds as well as supporting bands like Fat White Family, The Correspondents, Splashh and 60s legends The Zombies. The band learn and grow from every show they play and they have become a formidable and poignant live band in a time when bands with their roots in rock have to work hard to remain relevant.