Frank Turner has announced that Will Varley, AJJ, Beans On Toast and Deux Furieuses will be the opening acts for his sold out ‘Lost Evenings’ shows taking place across four days at the infamous Roundhouse in Camden.
AJJ are a folk punk band hailing from Phoenix, Arizona that have been together since 2014, Will Varley is a folk singer/songwriter that has a knack for storytelling as well as challenging the status quo with political statements, Beans On Toast also channels his political views and social musings into his troubador style folk music and Deux Furieuses are a Scottish punk duo who use tribal drums and thrashing guitars to comment on the world’s current social climate.
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Turner has teamed up with OneFest to present a 4-day festival (12th May – 15th May) that will be a celebration of live music as well as to give new artists the opportunity to showcase their talents. Acts that have already been announced include, Brian Fallon & The Crowes, Skinny Lister, Scott Hutchison (Frightened Rabbit) and Seth Lakeman (Full Band).
Festival Line up so far:
May 12th – Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls to play a full set, Brian Fallon & The Crowes and AJJ
May 13th – Frank Turner will play ‘Sleep Is For The Week’ album in full to celebrate its tenth anniversary, Seth Lakeman (Full Band) and Deux Furieuses
May 14th – ‘Sensible Sundays’ solo acoustic set from Frank Turner, Scott Hutchison (Frightened Rabbit) and Beans On Toast
May 15th – Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls to play a greatest hits set as part of Huw Stephens Labal of Love Xtra Mile Recordings, Skinny Lister and Will Varley