Kilimanjaro's indie trio lead the way for the new headline talent

James Hanley

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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