With carefully tailored line-ups predicting future success, BOTF showcases some of the finest emerging artists in the UK music scene and today’s announcement is no exception. Inviting The Staves as Saturday night headliner the all sister trio have an inspiring seven acclaimed albums under their belt and are set to impress.
Also unveiled today is Scottish syth-pop three piece Prides, who closed last years commonwealth games, old blues and soul fusion Rag 'N' Bone Man, UK and Australian Sunset Suns plus, Seafret who's minimal production alongside their natural songwriting have gained attention from Radio One's Annie Mac.
Elsewhere champinioning the best of emerging talent today’s line up see's some of the hottest tipped new music emerging in the music scene. Revealed today is beautifully soulful voiced Samm Henshaw, dark pop Chloe Black, Alt-J's support Nathan Ball, indie alternative six piece HAUS and Martin Luke Brown who had recently been touring with Jess Glynn.
The announcement joins the already impressive line up including James Bay's only UK festival headline, Jack Garratt, Rhodes, Amber Run, JP Cooper, Port Isla and many more. This year will see an addtional third stage for a weekend full of supreme performances in the stunning Gloucestershire countryside.
The Staves / Prides / Little Comets / Lauren Aquilina / Sunset Sons / Rag 'N' Bone Man / Seafret
Kimberly Anne / Ruen Brothers / Model Aeroplanes / Dan Owen / Martin Luke Brown /
Chloe Black / Billie Marten / Hannah Grace / Samm Henshaw / Matt Woods / Nathan Ball /
The Amazons / Prose / HAUS / Declan Mckenna / Rothwell / George Cobsy / Amy Yon