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Ladies and gentlemen, I could not be prouder to say that our boys Don Broco will be making a well-deserved return to Reading and Leeds festivals playing the Festival Republic stage! They join their friends in Young Guns, Lower Than Atlantis and many many more on one of the strongest line ups the festival has seen in recent years. If you haven’t got a ticket, get yours now – your summer is now well and truly complete.

To see the full announcement, click here, or to see the new, updated line up, click here for Reading or here for Leeds.

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Stereoboard.com have posted a review of Don Broco‘s live performance at this year’s Reading Festival. You can read it below:

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After recommending readers to see the band, Metro picked Don Broco as one of their Reading Festival 2011 highlights (second behind Muse in fact!)

Don Broco crush it (and themselves)

Attracting a large crowd to the introducing stage, Don Broco waste no time as they career into catchy tune Thug Workout and manage to incite an early wall of death – with singer Rob Damiani right in the middle of it.

You can read the rest of the article here.

Listen to Ally McCrae and Jen Long on BBC Radio 1 tonight from 10pm to hear Don Broco and many other bands on their Reading & Leeds highlights show. The pair are sitting in for Nick Grimshaw, and will play an interview with Broco, as well as a live track from Leeds.

Don Broco – BBC Introducing Stage.
This was the Bedford Boys first time at the festival and judging by this performance it wont be their last. Full of energy and eager to impress they launched into a 25 min set full of their biggest tunes off their latest mini album – ‘Big Fat Smile.’ Opening with classic ‘Thug Workout’, front man Bobby D got right into the crowd to conduct the wall of death from the audience which reflects the lighthearted, fun loving side to this band which is making them into one of the biggest up and coming bands in the country. Would love to see them on a bigger stage next year. 5/5.

You can read the rest of the review here.