Masters in France - Radio 1's Big Weekend 2011

On Radio 1

Greg James

16:00 – 17:45 // In the studio next is Newsbeat

14 & 15 May 2011

Carlisle, Cumbria

Masters in France

Sunday 15 May - BBC Introducing Stage

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Boys From Bangor

Coming from Caernarfon, Bangor, these boys can't be too unfamiliar with Radio 1's Big Weekend, as Bangor played host to the weekend last year. I wonder if they were there?

Masters in France write and perform in both English and Welsh, so if you haven't quite grasped the beautiful Welsh language, be prepared to get your head around titles like Yn y Ddinas. With "lap dance from an O.A.P" listed as one of their achievements, maybe they've peaked too early. They do however have some seriously heavy rock n roll riffs behind them.

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