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Kasabian, Blossoms & The Amazons favourite new music champions bring a stage to Y Not Festival this weekend

THIS FEELING X SCOTTS 

NEW MUSIC CHAMPIONS TEAM UP WITH THE MENSWEAR SPECIALISTS TO PRESENT THE BEST STAGE TO SEE THE HOTTEST NEW BANDS AT THIS YEAR’S Y NOT FESTIVAL 

PIKEHALL, DERBYSHIRE, JULY 28TH – 31ST 

“This Feeling were the first to take a real punt on us, they helped kick start it all.” – Blossoms

This year’s Y Not? headliners, Blossoms, were booked to play their first ever London show at the This Feeling club night, landed their first ever festival slot on a This Feeling stage, and received their first ever radio play as This Feeling’s Tune of the Week on Radio X. So when This Feeling say listen up, you should. 

This weekend will see the new music champions This Feeling team up with the menswear specialists scotts to present 39 brilliant new acts at this weekend’s Y Not? Festival in Derbyshire

It’s already been a big summer of festival action for This Feeling having packed tents at the Isle of Wight and Truck. Last weekend’s Truck Festival saw Kasabian’s Serge Pizzorno give This Feeling and their founder Mikey Jonns a shout-out during their headline set. He said, “This one’s dedicated to Mikey Jonns. Keeping f*ckin’ guitar music alive.” And The Amazons also shared their appreciation during their show at the Isle of Wight by saying, “We played that tent a few years ago, the This Feeling tent is where it’s at for new bands!” 

Now it’s time for Y Not? to get the full This Feeling experience. The This Feeling stage features headliners PlanetAndrew CushinThe Royston Club and Spyres as well as countless other essential rising artists including recent This Feeling Records’ signings The Native and Spangled

The full schedule is below. Some final tickets for Y Not? are available here

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Martin Bone - Editor-in-Chief

Martin is a founding member of Patchchord News and is Director & Editor-in-Chief for PCN Magazine / Patchchord News Martin also is a Freelance Photographer and lives in the Scottish Borders Scotland. Martin also specialises in Commercial Photography in Music & Events, Sports and Portrait Photography and Video. Also the Official Photographer for Football Club Maybole Juniors.
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