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Butserfest 2013 Preview – Bands You Need To See (Part 2)

Check out the band’s we’re most looking forward to seeing at this year’s Butserfest! (PART 2)

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As we bid farewell to this year’s festival season, Butserfest is ready to go out with a bang. Now in its seventh year, the all-dayer has once again wowed us with its strong line-up and vibrant ambiance.

With our sunglasses and non-alcoholic beverages at the ready, the HTF team are joining in this year’s southern fun and can’t wait till September 14th rolls around. Below are just a few of the bands we think you should check out!

1. The Bottom Line – Main Stage

South coast rockers The Bottom Line, have the job of opening up the main stage this year. With an array of catchy anthems that have belt out loud chorus, the trio’s set is sure to be a lively one. So, get your fists at the ready because their set is sure to be a sweaty one!

2. Aurora – Death or Glory Stage

The question is – why wouldn’t you want to watch Hit The Floor favourites Aurora? Not only will the band be breaking stereotypes,  proving that a woman can front a rock band, but they’ll also be providing us with half an hour of non-stop action in what we imagine will be a mind blowing set.

3. Mallory Knox – Main Stage

So far this summer it feels like five piece Mallory Knox have played every festival under the sun. From Slam Dunk to T in The Park, these boys are rapidly making a name for themselves as they gain a steady amount of fans along the way. With Butserfest being the follow-up from boy’s slot opening up main stage at this year’s Reading and Leeds we expect nothing but a relentless set from the quintet.

4. The Valiant – Death or Glory Stage

There’s been so much buzz surrounding Southampton based The Valiant, you’d be a fool to miss their medley of mosh along chaos. With the boys having played last year’s Butserfest, we’re expecting big things from these guys.

5. Arcane Roots – Main Stage

Having just returned from a European tour with rock heroes Muse, Arcane Roots have come a long way in recent months. Ready to perform a collection of rugged alt rock tracks from their debut album they’re one band we are refuse to miss.

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