9 Bands You Can’t Miss at Isle of Wight Festival 2019

In two weeks time Isle of Wight Festival returns for 2019 bringing one of its strongest lineups yet to the island for a weekend of live music. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, George Ezra, Biffy Clyro and Fatboy Slim are all set to headline the festival with the likes of Sundara Karma, Madness, DMA’s and local heroes Wild Front joining them. Isle of Wight Festival returns for the weekend of 13-16th June.

Loads of our favourite, new, up and coming bands are playing across the weekend, so if you want something a bit different, here are a few bands you should definitely check out!

Arcade Hearts

In Brief: Everyone’s favourite Gosport electronic, indie-pop band are set to bring the party to the festival following various festival dates up and down the country as well as touring with SPINN.

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Feet

In Brief: Feet are an eccentric quintet from here, there and everywhere whose catchy, quirky music will be sure to get you moving. That’s if their last two singles ‘Ad Blue’ and ‘English Weather’ are anything to go by as well as previous live performances.

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Getrz

In Brief: Swindon based highly-anticipated, acclaimed quartet who will 100% bring their energetic, engaging live performance as well as unique blend of catchy, in-your-face, indie rock to the island.

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JEPH

In Brief: Isle of Wight’s own and a name on everyone’s lips following the release of their latest single ‘Lola’ which is an earworm and sure to get you dancing.

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Latenight Honeymoon

In Brief: I was sold on Latenight Honeymoon’s live performance and I think you would be too. The London based band’s glistening brand of indie-pop is sure to go down a storm.

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Sleep Eaters

In Brief: London based foot-stomping, psychedelic, garage rock quintet. The band have recently completed a tour alongside Drahla.

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Submariner

In Brief: Brighton based ambient, tasteful indie-pop band with an injection of warmth and euphoric synth goodness threaded through their music.

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The Dead Freights

In Brief: Indie rock n roll at its finest, The Dead Freights are sure to bring an driven, attitude filled live set to the Isle of Wight.

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The Vitrines

In Brief: A young Southampton duo who make a heavy racket with their catchy riffs, memorable tunes and urgent energy.

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