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Black Futures announce debut album ‘Never Not …

Sentient sonic anarchists Black Futures have announced the release of their debut album, Never Not Nothing, on August 30th via Music For Nations. To celebrate the occasion, the band have shared their latest aural and visual offering, ‘Tunnel Vision’.

BLACK FUTURES TOUR DATES 2019
04/05 – Liverpool, Sound City
05/05 – Manchester, Sounds From The Other City Festival
07/05 – London, Village Underground*
09/05 – Watford, Colosseum*
31/05 – London, All Points East Festival
01/06 – London, Camden Rocks Festival
16/06 – Castle Donington, Download Festival
29/06 – Shangri-La, Glastonbury Festival
28/07 – Cumbria, Kendal Calling Festival
09/08 – Winchester, Boomtown Festival
*supporting Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes

Euro 2016

The football will not be shown anywhere on site during the festival this year.

Turner: Metallica wrong for Glasto

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Turner: Metallica wrong for Glasto

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2014 | Glastonbury Festival Full Line-up and Billing Order

2014 | Glastonbury Festival Full Line-up and B…

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“We’re delighted to report that the Heidelberg printing…

“We’re delighted to report that the Heidelberg printing press – used to print last year’s inaugural GLASTONBURY FREE PRESS newspaper, and a ton of posters besides – has survived the winter in the Wagon Shed at Worthy Farm.

Now oiled up and given a clean bill of health by our printers, the 1957 7-ton vintage machine will be moved into the Theatre Fields in early June, in time for this year’s Festival.

From there we’ll be ready to roll with TWO daily papers, the first on the Thursday morning, with a second to follow on Sunday morning. In between press rolls, our loyal printing posse will be on hand to take small ads, help with one-off poster designs, and also guide the public through the mysteries of the cylinder press.”

“We’re delighted to report that the Heid…

“We’re delighted to report that the Heidelberg printing press – used to print last year’s inaugural GLASTONBURY FREE PRESS newspaper, and a ton of posters besides – has survived the winter in the Wagon Shed at Worthy Farm.

Now oiled up and given a clean bill of health by our printers, the 1957 7-ton vintage machine will be moved into the Theatre Fields in early June, in time for this year’s Festival.

From there we’ll be ready to roll with TWO daily papers, the first on the Thursday morning, with a second to follow on Sunday morning. In between press rolls, our loyal printing posse will be on hand to take small ads, help with one-off poster designs, and also guide the public through the mysteries of the cylinder press.”

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