Very excited to announce I'll be playing at Luminosity Beach Festival this year as part of an epic lineup! I was there for the first beach festival 10 years ago and can't wait to go back and party with some awesome people!
As we LOVE to hear as much of your feedback as possible please let us know your ONE most favourite artist which was announced in the phase 3 (listed in yellow).
Remember: the last few discounted 4day early birds are now available, link in the comments.
Phase 4 to be announced very soon! ❤
Looking forward to this!
2 years since the release of my last single... I can't believe how fast it's gone and how much has happened in the last couple of years! Very happy right now and excited for the future... but also hoping I'll get some time over the winter to lock myself in the studio to work on some new music
Holy crap! This is impressive!
This pretty much sums him up doesn't it!
Save the day!
It’s just a no-brainer, the election is far too IMPORTANT for you to think of November 8th as any other day. When you step into that voting booth, make your mar...k and make it count! #SaveTheDayVote
Robert Downey Jr Mark Ruffalo Neil Patrick Harris James Franco Clark Gregg Nathan Fillion Matt McGorry Yvette Nicole Brown Leslie Odom Jr. Jesse Williams Keegan-Michael Key ROOKIE Scarlett Johansson and many more!
It's truly tragic that 2 young clubbers lost their lives to illegal recreational drug use at Fabric. But does Islington Council really think that closing down one of the most iconic electronic music institutions in the world will put an end to dangerous drug use in London?
Maybe if recreational drugs were produced safely and legally, (rather than being carelessly cut with cheap, deadly chemicals by care free drug lords) and controlled properly by restricting the quantities t...hat were available to people and assessing health before prescribing them, we wouldn't have these problems.
Alcohol is one of the most damaging drugs in the world and yet we still see TV adverts promoting drinking as a part of normal, everyday culture. It feels like it's not only accepted but encouraged in modern society. Maybe there would be less alcohol and illegal drug related deaths if some of the far less damaging and non-addictive recreational drugs (such as canabis and mdma) were legalised, controlled and prescribed properly. Just sayin'