Interviews: Dutch Uncles and Public Service Broadcasting chat at Tramlines 2013

By on Friday, 26th July 2013 at 11:00 am
 

I like a festival that actively seeks to film interviews, performances and sessions with the wealth of talent they have appearing at their event. Earlier this week we posted bands’ thoughts on this year’s Tramlines in Sheffield, as well as some live stage performances. This morning we have some exclusive chats filmed by the festival.

First on tap are Dutch Uncles‘ Duncan Wallis and Andy Proudfoot chatting about their year so far – including their support slot with American rock band behemoth Paramore – and what it’s like for the Marple band to come to play in Sheffield.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdKr1TjX4O4[/youtube]

Following that, we have Wilgoose and Wrigglesworth of Public Service Broadcasting being interviewed by the Guardian’s New Band Up North columnist Emily Brinnand, ahead of their appearance at the Harley.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFVBTDOpALU[/youtube]

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