tracks of the week #61 – Tramlines Festival Special

With Sheffield’s annual Tramlines Festival starting today I thought instead of doing a usual tracks of the week post that I would create a playlist of some of the acts of the weekend from main stage headliners to bands I love to the acts I want to check out to bands I’ve only just discovered and am making a note of to see or listen to in the future. Whether you are coming to the festival or not, I hope you enjoy this playlist that ranges from new to old, rock to pop to dance to indie and everything inbetween. Have a great weekend!

Here is the playlist in full:

Sister Sledge – We Are Family
Veronica Falls – Found Love In A Graveyard
Toddla T – Take It Back
Polkadodge – Laughing In Spanish
Melar – The Sun
Lulu James – Sweetest Thing
Catfish and the Bottlemen – Kathleen
Woman’s Hour – Her Ghost
Nordic Giants – Mechanical Minds
Rolo Tomassi – Ex Luna Scientia
Cut Ribbons – In The Rain
Funeral For A Friend – Juneau
Hey Sholay – My Blood
MØ – Don’t Wanna Dance
Then Thickens – Restart Your Heart
The Wedding Present – Dalliance
Jamie Trench – Velvet Curtains
Future of the Left – Bread, Cheese, Bow and Arrow
Blessa – Bloom
Katy B – Katy on a Mission
Autobahn – Seizure
Battle Lines – Colonies
East India Youth – Glitter Recession
Lone – 2 Is 8
Public Enemy – Bring Tha Noize
Menace Beach – Honolulu
The Rifles – Minute Mile
Simian Mobile Disco – Cruel Intentions
The Xcerts – Home Versus Home
Best Friends – Nosebleeds
PINS – Girls Like Us
Deap Vally – Walk Of Shame
Screaming Maldini – Summer, Somewhere
We Were Evergreen – Falsestarts
The Cribs – Men’s Needs
TOY – Colours Running Out
Cholombian – Saccharine
The Crookes – Afterglow
Slow Club – Complete Surrender

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