7/8/9 July 2022

Top albums for 2000trees fans, by James (our band monkey)

If you like new and underground music, you’ve come to the right place!

Whether, like me, you feel music is your ultimate passion and you’re keen to discover new aural pleasures or if you’ve never been to 2000trees and are now ready to expand your melodic horizons, then please read on…

With a couple of decades of serious music listening under my belt, it’s pretty hard to pick favourite acts, top albums and dream headliners (or even get close to narrowing down those lists). This is not really a 2000trees ‘Albums of the last 12 months’ list, it’s just my own personal selection.  But given that I book the bands for 2000trees I thought you guys would be interested to see where my tastes are coming from.

I have to say I really enjoyed pulling this list together, particularly the idea that I might influence someone to go and check out a band they’ve never heard before.  So instead of reading any more waffling please click on the playlists below and hopefully you can discover something you’ll fall in love with.

– Check out our full line up so far here.
– Tickets are on sale now.  Get yours here.   If you buy your tickets before the end of the week you’ll also be entered into our Golden Ticket competition where you can win 1 of 10 VIP upgrade tickets!

You’ve only got 52 weekends a year, make sure 9th-11th July counts!

Antemasque – Antemasque

Axes – Glory

Black Peaks – Closer To The Sun EP

The Cadbury Sisters – Close

Maybeshewill – Fair Youth

Rad Stewart – Wiccans & Beatlemancers

Samoans – Rescue

Solemn Sun – § EP

Talons – New Topographics

The Xcerts – There Is Only You

Do you agree with my selections? Do you have a favourite album of your own? Why not share your thoughts over on our facebook page.

James Scarlett is one of the founders of 2000trees Festival & a fully fledged band monkey

2000trees 2010 11 - Photographer Denis O'Reagan

The Subways performing at 2000trees Festival





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You only have 52 weekends a year, make sure the 7-9th July 2022 is a belter!