Yet another indie-pop band hailing from New York, Cults provided a pleasant mid-afternoon surprise, especially as I wasn’t wowed by last year’s self-titled debut. But Wild Flag was potent enough to make you think it could even bend the weather to its will.
Saturday's Blue stage line-up began with a true head-bangers ball. The Atlas Moth represented the concious side of metal well, with three guitars and screamed as well as growled vocals. There was also plenty of hair flying as half the band had a longhair, black-clad hesher look to them.