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Ten Tonnes' top 5 Great Escape 2017 picks

He's playing our stage tomorrow night (19th May), and has picked his favourite five from around the festival.
Published: 10:53 am, May 18, 2017
Ten Tonnes' top 5 Great Escape 2017 picks
Hello, Ten Tonnes here! Long time no speak, I hope you’re well. So The Great Escape is happening next month, and I’m only bloody playing! This’ll be my first time at the festival, so I’m very excited about it. Here are some other acts I’m looking forward to seeing too.

The Amazons


These boys are gonna be massive, but I don’t think you need me to tell you that. I’ve loved all the singles I’ve heard, and their new album comes out soon, so I’m gonna be straight on it. I just think they’re great. I’ve not managed to see them live yet, so I’m making sure I fix that asap.



The Magic Gang


I supported these lads last September and their live shows are great. So much fun and great energy to it so I’m excited to see them again. Their new EP is out now too so go get that; ‘No One Else’ is my favourite off it.



Sigrid


My friend showed me her music the other month, and at first, I wasn’t too sure it was my cuppa, but I haven’t stopped listening to her single since. It’s an absolute banger and warrants listening to on repeat for hours.



Will Joseph Cook


I’m lucky enough to be supporting Will on his UK tour in May, so it’ll be wicked to catch him at The Great Escape too. He has got the absolute bangers so definitely check him out if you haven’t already.



Anteros


Another band that I’ve shared a lineup with before! They’re great live and bring the most fun to their shows. Their tune ‘Breakfast’ is a certified bop so definitely check them out.



The Great Escape takes place between 18th-20th May in Brighton. Check out details of the Dork stage at The Prince Albert on Friday, 19th May here.

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