LaFaro To Headline G Sessions Stage At Glasgowbury 2012
The Glasgowbury Music Festival has grown exponentially every year since it's inception in 2000 and we are happy to announce that this year LaFaro will be headlining the G Sessions stage this year.
Since last year's festival the band have: released their second album 'Easy Meat', toured Europe twice and played at Eurosonic.
For bassist Oisin, this will be his first year playing the festival, on hearing the news he said:
"Cannot wait! It's going to be a treat. I have only ever been to Glasgowbury once before when Fighting With Wire headlined [2010, also confirmed for this year] and I was teching for my brother Cahir [who coincidently played bass for LaFaro at last year's festival] and the guys so I didn't get to have a good look around."
He continued "I've only moved back from Sheffield a few months so I'm looking forward to actually seeing all these NI bands that I keep hearing about and never see, sure I only saw More Than Conquerors for the first time the other week! This is also my first time seeing Therapy? so looking forward to that too."
LaFaro's Festival season starts next week with the following dates so far:
Not convinced? Here is exclusive footage of them playing at last year's festival.
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