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Get ready for the one of the UK’s best festivals as Tramlines Festival returns to Sheffield’s Hillsborough Park from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th July 2024. This year’s event promises to be bigger and better than ever, with an electrifying lineup across five stages and a host of exciting activities to keep you entertained throughout the weekend. Building upon its already amazing lineup, Tramlines is proud to announce a wave of new talent that will grace the festival’s stages. Joining headliners such as Paulo Nutini, Jamie T, Snow Patrol, and The Human League are some of the finest comedians from the UK comedy circuit. We've picked out some of our favourite acts from The Tramlines 2024 Lineup that you should check out.

Nieve Ella Pickering is an English singer. Her 2023 release, Young & Naive/Lifetime of Wanting, charted at No. 38 on the UK Independent Album Chart. She has also supported Dylan, Inhaler, and the Courteeners, and is a member of Loud LDN.

SOFT PLAY are the British punk duo made up of Laurie Vincent and Isaac Holman. After being on hiatus

for several years, the band, formerly known as SLAVES, have reignited their partnership under a new moniker, and have been back on the road with The Prodigy marking the band’s much anticipated return to the live arena. Instead of shying away from discourse following the decision to change their name, latest single ‘Punk’s Dead’ see’s the band remould the real life criticism and commentary into a Comments Section frankenstein of pure lyrical mastery. Braced by a cast of friends and fans who contribute vocals to the track’s bridge (including one particularly notable guest), the playful return of serve arrives as a timely

reminder of the spirit of humour, joy and community which has always been the cornerstone of the duo’s identity.

angry weepy chaos rok trio :’)

English Teacher are an indie/post-punk band from Leeds, United Kingdom. With their inspired lyricism and indie sensibilities, they are the quartet steadily rising to the top of the class. Formed in 2020 after meeting at Leeds Conservatoire, their brand of indie is more kitchen sink drama than straight-to-the-chorus smash.

“NewDad is an indie rock band from Ireland, formed in 2018. Growing up in Galway, the four members of the band thank a random band name generator for their unusual moniker. Dark and stormy with undeniably beautiful moments amid the mammoth guitars, their debut EP ‘Waves’ acted as a perfect introduction to the world of Newdad. There is a heaviness to the music, which the band pin to a love of The Cure, pixies, and Slowdive among others. Their music has been compared to The Cure, Beabadoobee, and Just Mustard by NME magazine. But it’s not just in the feedback that the band find their truth, the irresistible appeal of song writing is the opportunity to give voice to the ineffable.

The Magic Gang, formed in Brighton in 2013, is a British indie rock band featuring Jack Kaye, Kristian Smith, Angus Taylor, and Paeris Giles. Known for their infectious melodies and harmonious vocals, they gained early recognition with EPs like “The Magic Gang” (2014). Their self-titled debut album dropped in 2018, featuring hits like “All This Way.” The band’s 2021 release, “Death of the Party,” showcased a more mature sound. With catchy tunes and energetic performances, The Magic Gang continues to be a notable force in British indie rock.

Is Willie J Healey your favourite artists’ favourite artist? You better believe it. Alex Turner, Joe Talbot of IDLES, Jamie T, Florence Welch and Orlando Weeks are among those who believe, following the Neil Young-meets-The Beatles-meets Elvis Costello charms of his 2020 album ‘Twin Heavy’. Now Willie returns with a new sound as he shares the new single ‘Dreams’ ahead of the release of his new set ‘Bunny’ on 24th March 2023 via Yala! Records.

“Peace is a rock band from Birmingham, UK. The group consists of brothers Harrison (vocals, guitar) and Sam Koisser (bass), Douglas Castle(guitar) and Dominic Boyce (drums). The band started getting attention in early 2012 from publications such as The Guardian and NME. Peace has been compared to The Maccabees,Wu Lyf and Vampire Weekend. They released their debut EP “”Delicious”” through Columbia Records early September 2012. Peace formed late 2011 in Birmingham. In an interview singer Harrison Koisser said the band was started out of boredom and the name inspired by a photograph celebrating the end of World War Two. Their first single was called “”BBlood””. In early 2012 the NME included them on their list of bands to watch in 2012 while Paul Lester of The Guardian called them “”the future of indie””. In April 2012 the band released a new single called “”Follow Baby”” and toured with the likes of Mystery Jets and The Vaccines.

Brighton four-piece Lime Garden announce their long-awaited debut album, One More Thing. In this punchy record, we’re granted exclusive access to the sonic diary of four best friends as they come of age. “I feel like you can hear us growing up in the songs,” says vocalist and rhythm guitarist Chloe Howard. The indie-electro band (completed by Leila Deeley (lead guitar), Tippi Morgan (bass) and Annabel Whittle (drums)) have been making music together since they were 16, releasing since 2020 and garnering support from 6 Music, NME and The Independent.



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