This year’s Lock Up/Rock Stage gives fans of all genres the opportunity to find something new – featuring a real variety of sub-genres.
And a great example is the Northern Irish powerhouse who claims one of the longest names in the business – And So I Watch You From Afar.
Having played hundreds of shows and an endless number of festivals since their formation in 2005, ASIWYFA know how to deliver when it comes down to it, constantly producing high-energy performances that will be sure to get you blood pumping.
Band: And So I Watch You From Afar
Where: Lock Up Stage
When: Sunday August 25 (Leeds August 23)
Who: Northern Irish quartet bringing hard-hitting, instrumental post rock.
Why: ASIWYFA have been knocking around for years, headlining a number of festivals in their native Northern Ireland and consistently improving with each passing year.
What: Expect plenty of this year’s well received third album All Hail Bright Futures, with patches of their first two albums making up their short set.
Wait for: Set Guitars To Kill
Watch out for: A meticulously professional set from a band that are starting to fulfill their early promise and look like they’re having fun doing so.