Belfast's brightest ex-barista Danny Todd shuts his till for the final time, as Cashier No.9 fulfil the potential that the then fledgling four-piece promised at 2006's Electric Proms. In the three years since, distinctly catchy indie gems such as 42 West Avenue and When Jackie Shone have caught the attention of Rob Da Bank, David Holmes and Steve Lamacq. Visitors to the Introducing stage are sure to humming along all the way back to their tents.
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