They’re taking their tips up and down the country this month
Shannon COTTON
14:43 15th January 2019

After establishing themselves as a musical gatekeeper after supporting acts such as Catfish & The Bottlemen, Blossoms and Yonaka in the early stages of their career, the guys over at This Feeling return this January with another set of acts they think are going to storm 2019. 

Boasting a 33 band line-up, and taking place in London, Manchester, Glasgow and Cardiff, the Big In 2019 shows also have some Gigwise favourites in their midst - hello Sad Boys Club and Free Money.

Speaking about This Feeling, Blossoms vocalist Tom Ogden says, “This Feeling were the first to take a real punt on us, they gave us our first London show which helped kickstart it all - our amazing agent came to see us that night and took us on.”

You can acquaint yourself with the line-up, and a few others, with this very playlist;

We went along to the bumper showcase at Nambucca last year, and are already gearing up for this  year’s extravaganza. 

Kicking off on Friday (18 January) in Glasgow, the This Feeling Big in 2019 dates are as follows, you can buy tickets here;

JANUARY
18 - Glasgow, Broadcast w/ The Van T’s, Alligator, Voodoos, Sway and Shredd
19 - London, Nambucca w/ Zuzu, Sad Boys Club, The EstEvans, Youth Killed It, Lacuna Bloome, Latenight Honeymoon, Hands Off Gretel, Getrz
23 - Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach w/ Al Moses, The Pitchforks, The Rotanas, Jack Perrett, Bute
23 - London, Monarch w/ Saint Agnes, Para Alta, Black Doldrums
24 - London, Monarch w/ Free Money, Sugarthief, The Kicklips, Mummy, The Yada Yada Yada, Carolines, The Skinner Brothers
25 - Manchester, Night & Day w/ Red Rum Club, Cleargreen, King Kartel, Social Room, The Sea Monsters


Photo: Rob Blackham