Dork Radio
Now playing:
In the mag...
Featuring Sports Team, Circa Waves, Conan Gray and more.
Order a copy
March 2020
Features

Here's what Mallory Knox think you should take to Reading & Leeds

Thankfully it doesn't include pineapples.
Published: 10:14 am, August 22, 2017
Here's what Mallory Knox think you should take to Reading & Leeds
There’s always going to be something you forget to take with you to a festival. Luckily, Mallory Knox bassist Sam Douglas is here to help with his list of must-haves.

Boots 
Gotta prepare for that day the heavens open and you regret only bringing a pair of trainers/shoes with you. It took me three or four times attending festivals before I finally learnt my lesson and I've not looked back since.

Sunglasses 
Obviously, it helps with the sun shining directly in your face when you're trying to watch one of your favourite bands, but it also helps cover up the inevitable bags under your eyes on day two when the hangover kicks in.

Tinnies  
First on my list. What better way to enjoy your favourite bands than having a few nice cold ones with the lads

Dry shampoo 
It's been known to save lives in moments of desperation when the grease and lack of showers become too much.

Deodorant 
An absolute essential for life, in general, to be honest. But can also come in handy as a weapon when the odour from the people around you becomes too much for you to handle.

Taken from the August/September Dork Festival Guide - order your copy below. Reading & Leeds takes place from 25th-27th August.




Give all this a try

All round to Sports Team's! Introducing the new issue of Dork, out Friday
New Issue

All round to Sports Team's! Introducing the new issue of Dork, out Friday

We've also got Circa Waves, Conan Gray, The Orielles, The Magic Gang and loads more.
Soccer Mommy: "There are fucked up sides of us that are really hard to live with"
Feature

Soccer Mommy: "There are fucked up sides of us that are really hard to live with"

Let’s not get all transatlantic about the spelling on Soccer Mommy’s new album - as she steps up a gear, the follow up to 2018’s ‘Clean’ has its own unique palette.
Like this? Subscribe to Dork and get every issue delivered direct to your door anywhere on the planet.
CONTACT PRIVACY ADVERTISE

© 2018 The Bunker Publishing