WHAT YOU NEED

A brief run-through of BRING ME THE HORI­ZON’S choices for the rest of the ALL POINTS EAST line-up…

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NOTH­ING BUT THIEVES

Much like Hori­zon, Noth­ing But Thieves are also fresh from head­lin­ing Lon­don’s cav­ernous Alexan­dra Palace. And, again, just like their All Points East head­lin­ers, the Es­sex five-piece are a daz­zlingly epic live band, mak­ing this one-two com­bi­na­tion a match made in heaven.

IDLES

One of the bands of the year, it makes per­fect sense that the Bris­tol punks would find them­selves on one of the most ex­cit­ing bills of 2019, too. Their new­est al­bum Joy Is An Act Of Re­sis­tance will bring both power and a heart­felt mes­sage: per­fect for scream­ing at your mates in a fes­ti­val field.

SCAR­LXRD

The Bri­tish break­through mu­si­cian has cul­ti­vated quite the buzz for him­self in 2018, thanks in no small part to his ex­hil­a­rat­ing blend of me­tal and trap. And given the var­ied col­lab­o­ra­tions BMTH are bring­ing on new al­bum amo, could we see the two join forces on­stage at some point?

RUN THE JEW­ELS

Also re­cently re­cruited for Queens Of The Stone Age’s Fins­bury Park bash at the end of June, Run The Jew­els are a sure­fire fes­ti­val hit. And given that the hip-hop su­per­group aren’t gen­er­ally found on typ­i­cal rock or me­tal bills, theirs will be a set you ab­so­lutely can­not miss.

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