Following their 1989 formation, Britpop veterans Ocean Colour Scene have released nine albums,
three of which made the Top 5. In 1996 they stormed to number 2 in the UK charts with their
sensational second album Moseley Shoals which spawned four Top 20 singles, including the
phenomenal and instantly recognisable anthems The Day We Caught The Train and The Riverboat
Song. The Birmingham band has always stuck firmly to their roots to give the fans what they came
for, and we’re sure they’ll continue to produce the same amazing music at this year’s Don Valley
Indie-rock band, The Coral, returned from hiatus in 2016 with the release of a new album ‘Distance
Inbetween’ and the announcement of a UK tour, which promised listeners a new rhythmic sound.
Having burst onto the scene in 2002 with their self-titled debut album, The Coral are most notable for
the psychedelia fused, happy-go- lucky indie sounds of Dreaming Of You and In The Morning.
It doesn’t stop there, London band, The Bluetones will also be supporting Ocean Colour Scene this
August, along with ‘Staying Out For The Summer’ singers Dodgy, and Sheffield-born five-piece