With a whole load of live photos, a full review and interviews to come, check out our full coverage from Leeds Festival 2014.
Bloody Knees are the latest band to emerge from the UK lo-fi punk scene. On August 25th the quartet release their new EP, 'Stitches' which promises to be a catchy and raw in equal measures. We spoke to vocalist Bradley Griffiths to discuss the new EP, joining Dog Knights Productions, being part of the UK emo and lo-fi resurgence and more.
If metalcore is your thing then say hello to From Her Eyes. The Welsh quartet are exclusively streaming their debut EP 'Demons' right here on Already Heard.
Buffalo’s Lemuria are a strange breed. They play a brand of pop punk which manages to find fans in both the indie and the hardcore/punk scene. Since their demo in 2004 - a loud, shouty pop punk affair - they’ve wracked up an impressive thirteen releases with their more recent material featuring a more melancholic, subdued sound. They recently self-released their 2004 demo on 12” vinyl proving that, despite having worked with such heavy weights as Bridge Nine and Asian Man Records, they remain a fiercely independent band.
We spoke to the band about touring, Bridge Nine and the progression between their records.
‘Pebble’ by Lemuria is out now on Bridge Nine Records.
View more of Already Heard’s coverage of Hevy Festival 2012 here.
Questions by Rosie Kerr (@Rosiekerr)