LIMF signed off in fine fashion. The Zutons smashed it. But we knew that bit. The early bits were the best.
With a line up of 20 bands in 10 hours, it was always going to be a struggle to get round everything. And we know, by now we need to pace ourselves. So we did.
It started off as a bit of a slow burn audience wise, but the magnificent Tilly Louise hadn’t really noticed as she powered through her fiery rocky set at too early in the afternoon. There were Sundowners well before the sun was down and Silent K just couldn’t give a fuck, so they gave it everything, as they always do.
Stand out for us was probably Big Joanie, but then there was the Liverpool royalty of She drew the gun, Red Rum Club and The Zutons and it’s easy to see why Camp and Furnace was absolutely rammed come 10pm.
Hat tips must also go to The Sundowners who delivered a brilliant psych infused set and appeared to be loving every minute. And also to Psycho Comedy who were on absolutely top form. Magnificent from them.
And also to the ones we didn’t see. Apologies. But we do need to go the loo every now and then.