Don Broco: Reading & Leeds Festival Exclusive, Plus Brand New Video 'You Wanna Know' 2

Don Broco: Reading & Leeds Festival Exclusive, Plus Brand New Video ‘You Wanna Know’

In the run up to Reading & Leeds Festival, we caught up with bands like Don Broco, Funeral For A Friend, Deaf Havana, Bastille and many more to chat with them about the festival and their past experiences, as well as their top festival survival tips and One’s To Watch. You can find all interviews and more in a ‘Festival Special’ magazine, which is completely free and available now in pubs, bars and venues all over the UK. We’ve put together a little sneak preview of the magazine for you right here:

Don Broco‘s frontman Rob Damiani shares his Top 3 festival survival tips with us….

1. Pack plenty of wet wipes. It’s too much effort to go find the showers and get all cold and wet so these are a must for basic hygiene. You can use em to wash your face, body and they’re such a superior alternative to standard toilet paper. A real treat for your bum.
2. Don’t be afraid to miss a band or two. It’s all good and well having a schedule of the acts you want to see but the inevitability is you will miss some. Trekking back and forth to tents at opposite ends of the site can really take it out of you and make a fun experience not so fun. See the bands you really want, and if anything is too much effort, don’t beat yourself up about it, just go and see someone else and discover some new music.
3. Hair of the dog is not always the answer. Drink through your hangover the second day maybe, but from personal experience trying the same trick on the third day doesn’t always end too well. If you do attempt this, drink plenty of water. As we always say: ‘Don’t be a fool, Hydration is cool’DB01

Pick up the magazine to find out how the correct use of biscuits could help you win over a love interest, how much Rob is looking forward to playing Reading & Leeds, what’s on the bands’ festival rider and a little story about how losing your keys can spoil a whole weekend.

In the meantime, check out the video to their MASSIVE  new single ‘You Wanna Know’ right here

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