Though facing teething pains, Yours & Owls is a return to form for live music in this state and for festivals on a wider scale. With acts performing at 100 and music-starved attendees ready to dance their feet off, it’s a promising sign of what’s to come.
Nadene Budden runs us through ten acts that she’s keen to see at Yours & Owls 2021
Marking a return to gigs in the Warehouse at the Cambridge Hotel, The Buoys return to Newcastle with a bang supported by local favourites Mission: Banana.
Two years in the making, God I’m Such A Mess contains anthems upon anthems about angst, love, loss and other emo staples, all fine tuned through that unique Cry Club filter.
We don’t want to look what a pop artist looks like. We don’t want to look like what you think a punk artist should look like. We just want to be like ourselves.
The world may be in a weird place, but there is nothing but good vibes in the room on this night.
7Hundred25 is a true ballad, weaving its story throughout every facet of the track
During a time when so many are simply trying to get by and move forward from negative and dark feelings, it’s in a sense therapeutic to sit back and listen in immense detail as someone goes through something even vaguely similar.
“We were trying to force a narrative that we initially wanted to write about, but … it wasn’t what was honest to who we were.”