Lower Than Atlantis switch the mood yet again, beginning their set with some Nirvana inspired grunge. However, by the time the Herefordshire band unleash their supercharged cover of Foo Fighters classic Everlong the set has delved into something much heavier. The final tracks verge on heavy metal and the band finish their time on stage with some true rock star instrument destruction.
Headline act Mutiny On The Bounty live up to their advertised title of ‘Epic Luxembourg Rockers’, providing an incredible and technically skilled performance. The phenomenal lead guitarist – who turns out to be a stand-in – leaves the crowed in awe of his fast finger work and wondering what the actual band member he replaced is capable of. Although disappointingly short, the cheerful European band’s set is wonderfully unconventional, with the drummer providing lead vocals on a number of tracks.
If variety is the spice of life then the night's line-up has truly blown the lid off of all human existence.