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Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this

Check out our photos from his set at the weekend now
Published: 7:31 am, July 17, 2018 Photos: Jemma Dodd.

This weekend saw all sorts of festivals happening around the UK and beyond. From Latitude in Suffolk and London's Lovebox to Mad Cool, Bilbao BBK and more across Europe, there were more big stages than bands to go round.

The capital also played host to one day blow out Citadel, which played host to Isaac Gracie. You can catch our full review online soon, but for now, check out these photos of their set.

Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this
Isaac Gracie at Citadel 2018 looked a lot like this

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