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Bank Holiday Bangers: May Day weekend 2016

Six pack of fizzy pop, twelve pack of bangers.
Published: 9:00 am, April 30, 2016
Bank Holiday Bangers: May Day weekend 2016
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[vc_column_text]It's here! Three day weekend! Sure, it may seem as likely to snow as the sun come out, but screw worrying about that - you'll be wanting some new music.

We're happy to oblige with our Bank Holiday Bangers playlist. Twelve of our favourite new bands wit twelve gold plated bangers. Turn it loud, pop open a six pack of fizzy pop and kick back.

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