28 – 30 Meith 2013, Worthy Farm, Pilton
Toy
Toy
Sath 29 Meith 2013 John Peel Stage
Infinite pleasure

Rising from the ashes of Joe Lean & The Jing Jang Jong, Toy are at the frontier of psychedelic rock. Supporting their mentors and advocates The Horrors has further influenced their melodic grunge stylings, with the Guardian says single Clock Chime 'recalls some kind of late-80s/early-90s jam session between Stereolab, Felt and Pulp. '

Hypnotising guitar riffs combine with the languid vocals of Tom Dougall to create a re-imagining of post-rock for 2013. From their first show at the Cave Club in Islington to the hallowed John Peel Stage, Toy are not a band to be played with.

Rising from the ashes of Joe Lean & The Jing Jang Jong, Toy are at the frontier of psychedelic rock. Supporting their mentors and advocates The Horrors has further influenced their melodic grunge stylings, with the Guardian says single Clock Chime 'recalls some kind of late-80s/early-90s jam session between Stereolab, Felt and Pulp. '

Hypnotising guitar riffs combine with the languid vocals of Tom Dougall to create a re-imagining of post-rock for 2013. From their first show at the Cave Club in Islington to the hallowed John Peel Stage, Toy are not a band to be played with.

Seinnliosta ar John Peel Stage ar 29 Meith 2013 ag Worthy Farm, Pilton

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