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Lower Than Atlantis' 2000trees 2017 playlist

Milk Teeth, Decade and all their faves from this year's 'trees.
Published: 10:05 am, July 03, 2017
Lower Than Atlantis' 2000trees 2017 playlist
Lower Than Atlantis are one of the highlights of this year's 2000trees bill - but they're not the only ones. Bassist Declan Hart runs through some of his faves.

Hi! I picked a load of songs from bands playing 2000trees that I think mean something to LTA and some that I just like. Simple as! Check it out.

Decade - Daisy May
These guys are a great band and great friends of ours. We've toured together a couple of times before, and this song is their banger so check it out.

Milk Teeth - Owning Your Okayness
In this song, I really like how the band have developed their sound.

Hundred Reasons - I'll Find You
Hundred Reasons were the kings of British rock when I was in school. Mike and I actually had the pleasure of being interviewed by Colin Dorian about 4/5 years ago which was a quite a weird/surreal but at the same time very cool moment for us.

Jamie Lenman - Mississippi
This guys old band Reuben had a massive influence on us growing up, and their first record was a really big deal to us and still is. I think it's safe to say without Reuben there would be a big part missing in the LTA sound.

Strange Bones - God Save The Teen
Strange Bones are a sick new punk band, and I believe Ben [Sansom, LTA guitarist] actually worked with these guys producing a few tracks.



Taken from the July issue of Dork, out now. 2000trees takes place at Upcote Farm from 6th-8th July, visit twothousandtreesfestival.co.uk for all the info.



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