Appearing at festivals taking place around the U.K. including Cardiff’s own Pwer Festival, False Advertising has announced their line-up for ‘Falsetival’ set to take place this April in Manchester’s Soup Kitchen. With names such as Peaness, Forever Cult and Dead Naked Hippies, False Advertising has teamed up with some of the most chaotic, fun-living bands in the U.K. scene. With tickets priced at £8.50 or £15 for early access and a Falsetival poster, the doors are opening at 3pm for an all-day festival. For tickets for Falsetival, click here.
Commenting on the idea behind the event, Jen Hingley says: “Inspired by the daytime festivals that we’ve visited and played over the last year (like the SXSW day parties, Wrong Festival, The Great Escape and SWN), we decided to put together our own DIY all day gig, which has somehow – potentially by name alone – become known as a festival. We asked a bunch of the bands that we’re excited about at the moment to play and then spent ages deliberating over how we should complete the line-up having had about 20 bands ask us whether they could join too.”
Belligerent (Japan exclusive album) tracklisting:
1. Hey You
3. Give It Your Worst
4. Not My Fault
6. You’re Too Slow
8. Piece Of My Mind
10. I Think I Got My Wish
12. It’s Been A While (so sick)
Alongside the Falsetival announcement, the Mancunian band triplet revealed their Japanese-exclusive album set for release April 11th. The album is a compilation of previously released tracks over the past two years via 2670Records. Including re-mastered tracks from their I Would Be So Much Happier If I Just Stopped Caring and Brainless EP’s, the album will also be available in the U.K. on their bandcamp and on limited physical CD copies. You can preorder Belligerent by clicking here.
False Advertising have massive momentum under their feet as they stride two steps at a time. While working on a new album at Paul Epsworth’s Church Studios in London, False Advertising are on stage plenty of times over the next few months including Pwer Festival, Kendal Calling, The Alternative Escape and Hanwell Hootie.