Rock’s upper echelon will welcome an abundance of new talent for maiden arena headlining shows in 2016.
Amid concerns of a lack of upwardly mobile artists in the recorded sector, Bastille, The 1975 and Catfish & The Bottlemen are leading the breakthrough pack on the live circuit.
All three acts have hit No.1 with their second album this year: Bastille’s Wild World (Virgin EMI) has sold 57,115 copies since its release in September, while The 1975’s Mercury Prize-nominated I Like ...
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