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Liverpool’s WRONG Festival Announces Full Line Up For 2018

The full lineup for the second installment of WRONG festival, Liverpool’s Loner Noise label’s festival, has been announced.

Without further ado:

FUTURE OF THE LEFT, DAMO SUZUKI w/ MUGSTAR, GNOD, CONAN, HEY COLOSSUS, KAGOULE, SEX SWING, SPECTRES, THE ST. PIERRE SNAKE INVASION, ALPHA MALE TEA PARTY, GREY HAIRS, BILGE PUMP, ELEVANT, SPQR, THANK, DEATH AND THE PENGUIN, TABLE SCRAPS, IRK, GRAVVES, KAPIL SESHASAYEE, OHMNS, BURIED SLEEPER, BLACK PUDDING, ALPHA MAID, NASTY LITTLE LONELY, TOKYO TABOO, SONS, LUCY LEAVE, BISCH NADAR, SALT THE SNAIL VS BLEACH, SWEETS, LONESAW, PATCHWORK GUILT, PSYBLINGS, SWEARWOLVES, LEWIS O’NEILL DJ.

WRONG Festival organiser Michael Edward commented on the additions: “I’m incredibly proud of this line up. I always try to make my way to as many sets as possible when I put on the festival, in between all the running around organising things, and this year I’m going to have my work cut out. Gnod made my favourite record of last year. Conan are legends, and are one of Liverpool’s greatest bands. Spectres are an absolute hellscape.

I’ve done my best to spoil everyone for choice from the top of the bill to the bottom, and with a breadth of genres from punk rock to psychedelia to doom metal to noise and even to dream pop. Some of these acts are genuine musical heroes of mine, so it’s an honour to be able to put on an event like this. It’s also nice to feature most of the Loner Noise roster once again. Really it’s just a cross section of bands that I adore, and I hope everyone else will too.”

I managed to miss the inaugural outing last year, however feedback was overwhelmingly positive, it’s safe to say this is likely to be another jewel in the Liverpool festival season.

Early bird tickets have already sold out, but you can still purchase discounted advance tickets for £20 from https://wrongfestival.com/tickets if you’re quick!

WRONG festival 2018 takes place on the 28th April 2018 at the Liverpool Docklands in North Shore Troubadour, Invisible Wind Factory and Drop the Dumbells.

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