A run down of ten of the top acts to catch at Reading and Leeds festivals 2015.
Drenge - Friday (Reading), 14:00pm, Saturday (Leeds) - Main Stage
Established two-piece Sheffield rock band Drenge are touring once again in support of their second album Undertow, which scored a top 15 place in the UK charts. This time round, a fuller sound is accomplished by a third member Ross Graham.
Skinny Lister - Friday (Reading), 15:00pm, Saturday ((Leeds), 15:00pm - The Lock Up Stage
If you have made through Wednesday and Thursday of the festival and haven't quite got in the mood yet, make this set your priority. Skinny Lister are one of the best live bands around at the moment, and there is nothing better to get you in the mood for the festivities than their wonderfully crafted folk songs. Expect a flagon of rum, a frolic with Lorna and some traditional folk shanties.
Canadian indie pop band Alvvays have already wowed UK festival audiences this summer with a smashing set at Glastonbury. Be sure to catch their melodic anthems at their penultimate UK festival show this summer.
Django Django's 2012 debut album took the music industry by storm, and even landed the band a Barclaycard Mercury Prize nomination. After three years out of the game, Django Django are back with their fusion of dance pop and rock.
Royal Blood - Saturday (Reading), 18:25pm, Sunday (Leeds), 17:45pm - Main Stage
The UK's newest success story, Royal Blood's riff-rock has catapulted them to every festival organiser's wish list. As a Reading & Leeds exclusive, this could be the most anticipated and exciting set of the entire summer.
Certifiably THE act to see this summer, Catfish & The Bottlemen have already blasted Glastonbury and T in the Park to pieces. Catch their explosive indie before festival season is up, because tickets to their own shows in the autumn sold out months and months in advance.
The Sherlocks - Sunday (Reading), 11:15am, Friday (Leeds), 12:00pm - Festival Republic Stage
Sheffield's latest indie sensation The Sherlocks are set to expand on their local success after a headline show at Sheffield's iconic Leadmill venue earned the local band a slot at this year's Reading and Leeds festivals.
Frank Turner - Sunday (Reading), 21:55pm, Friday (Leeds), 20:10pm - Festival Republic Stage
Frank Turner returns to Reading and Leeds festival for a ninth consecutive year. Celebrating the release of his sixth studio album 'Positive Songs For Negative People', expect to hear some of his latest energised tunes alongside some of the folk rock pioneer's classic anthems .
George The Poet - Alternative Stage (Stage Time TBA)
Inspired by rap and grime, George The Poet fuses rap and the spoken word in what is perhaps the UK's most original act of the last few years. Often melancholy, always inspiring, catch George's show on the Alternative Stage.