Gallows — Last June - sounds like the kind of generic thing my metal friends listen to. Forgettable. I think. Actually, I'm not sure. I can't quite remember....
Star F***ing Hipsters — The Civilization Show - like a contemporary Madness. Great modernised ska sound intermixed with a driving metal pace. Like it a lot :-)
Big D and the Kids Table — One Day. Like this a lot too. Fun, frenetic and fast-paced. More of those ska-esque trumpets and uplifting beats. Great feel-good song.
Get Dead — This One's For Johnny. This is brilliant. Like folk. Like rock. It' s folk-rock. Chilled. Happy. Uplifting. Guitar-strumming. Cool. Might need to buy this album. From the 2012 album 'Tall Cans and Loose Ends'.
The Bouncing Souls — Comet. Fun, old-fashioned rock. Enjoyable, if dated.
Graveyard Johnnys — Won't Back Out. Unremarkable.
Carl Perkins — Blue Suede Shoes. I love the fact that Mike Davies puts this kind of stuff in the punk rock show! Something old every six songs keeps my interest :-)
1955 - this was the original that was covered by Elvis!
Pettybone — Pettybone. Screamy metal. Great for a head bang. Good for metal clubs.
Mongol Horde — Casual Threat From Weekend Hardmen. So this is Frank Turner's hardcore band, right? Who'd have thought! Who'd have thought! Who'd have thought the happy, wholesome folk singer that opened the Olympics is in a hardcore band!