In blazing hot sunshine, festivalgoers at the sold-out Neverworld in Hever, Kent, enjoyed an equally sizzling line-up of artists, from the new and emerging names to the decidedly big-league headliners.
Clean Bandit and Bastille topped the bill, closing off their stints on the main stage with fireworks in the literal as well as figurative sense. But this year’s line-up was full of unmissable sets, including superb showings from Yonaka, Declan McKenna, Tom Grennan, and the mesmerising Rae Morris.
A few artists that we’ve been following closely on Sync were also in the mix, Annabel Allum brought her strong, urgent sound to the stage to brilliant effect, Call Me Loop had the crowd bouncing to her innovative, effervescent pop, while Bloxx continued an extensive schedule of festival appearances without losing even an ounce of the grungy energy and style of their attention-grabbing brand of indie-rock sound.
Next year’s Neverworld takes place 1-4 August 2019 and you can register for tickets here.
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