11 Awesome Songs You’ll Hear At Tennent’s Vital 2016

1. Red Hot Chilli Peppers – Can’t Stop

Can’t Stop was a 2002 hit for Red Hot Chilli Peppers from their album By The Way. As one of the best-selling bands of all time, they have six Grammy Awards and hold the record for the most number one singles at Alternative Radio with 11 smash hits. Check out their website and Facebook page.
2. Fall Out Boy – Thnks Fr Th Mmrs

From the 2007 album Infinity On A High, Thnks fr th Mmrs was a hit for Fall Out Boy. Their drummer and Bring Me The Horizon’s Ollie Sykes have more than being in a world famous rock band in common, they are both vegan. Check out their website and Facebook page.
3. Labrinth – Earthquake Ft. Tinie Tempah

Labrinth’s 2011 smash hit collaboration with Tinie Tempah Earthquake was one of the biggest songs on his album Electronic Earth. This debut album provided a run of top five singles and gave Labrinth an international reputation. He has also teamed up with the likes of Rihanna, Mike Posner and Usher. Check out his website and Facebook page.
4. Cage The Elephant – Trouble

Cage The Elephant are currently bringing out the singles from their new album Tell Me I’m Pretty. The latest single, Trouble will surely be on their set list for Tennent’s Vital. Having taken to the stage with Foo Fighters, Muse and Queens Of The Stone Age, Cage The Elephant hit the music scene back in 2008 when their debut album went gold. Check out their website and Facebook page.
5. Otherkin – Ay Ay

Ay Ay was part of Otherkin’s 2015 EP, The 201. As a new grunge band from Dublin, Otherkin have previously performed at Reading & Leeds and taken on a full-length UK tour. Check out their website and Facebook page.
6. Avicii – Levels

With Avicii’s club anthems of recent years, many forget that Levels, released in 2011 as a single made him huge. The Swedish DJ has released an array of award-winning, number one singles. Having previously taken the stage in 2013, Avicii is set to retire and so 2016’s Tennent’s Vital will be one of his final festival performances. Check out his website.

7. Jess Glynne – Hold My Hand

Jess Glynne’s 2015 summer hit Hold My Hand was released as part of her debut album I Cry When I Laugh. As a triple Brit Awards nominee, Jess Gylnne had the biggest selling debut album of 2015 which soon went platinum. Check out her website and Facebook page.

8. Duke Dumont Ft A*M*E – Need U (100%)

Although two years old now, Need U (100%) remains one of Duke Dumont’s defining songs of his career. It was released in 2013 and was nominated for a Grammy in 2014 for Best Dance Recording. The producer has been part of many top ten UK singles. Check out his website and Facebook page.
9. Galantis – No Money

No Money has been on every radio station and in every club since it was released in May 2016 as a single on Galantis’s currently untitled second album. Another Grammy nominee, Galantis are known for their dynamic audio-visual performances and represent electronic dance music taken to a whole new level. Check out their website and Facebook page.
10. SEEB – Breathe Ft. Neev

SEEB have recently released this single, Breathe In April. The electronic music duo are known for their legendary remixes, notably Mike Posner’s I Took A Pill In Ibiza which landed them a place on the Global Spotify Chart. Check out their website and Facebook page.
11. Zak Abel – Everybody Needs Love

Everybody Needs Love is up-and-coming Zak Abel’s latest single released in April of this year. A 21 year old Londoner, Zak Abel has two EPs to his name and a debut album due for release later this year. Check out his website and Facebook page. 

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