WEDNESDAY 2 FEBRUARY

Day 3 of #IVW22 was another crazy one all around the UK and as expected, we loved every second…

Nova Twins rocked The Moon in Cardiff as they gather more praise in the independent music scene, picking up an impressive 5-star review in The Guardian for good measure.

Photo: Bethan Miller

Meanwhile, the BBC 6 Music tour with Steve Lamacq touched down in Birkenhead only to taken back up into space by Melt Yourself Down at Future Yard. The eclectic night definitely lived up to its name across the airwaves too; an #IVW22 show to remember.

Photo: Sophia Rose

And speaking of shows to remember, The Orielles played an anticipated show at the recently re-opened Baths and it delivered more than anyone could have hoped. Ipswich were lucky to have them, and are even luckier to have the historic Baths back in action.

Photo: Rue Hackett

And day 4 is ready to deliver all the same. The BBC 6 Music tour with Steve Lamacq heads on to Bristol as Penelope Isles step in for Wet Leg at The Louisiana for what will be an amazing show. Idles are in the wings in Glasgow ready to open their 3-day residency at the Barrowland Ballroom and Welsh ambassador Mace The Great is in Cardiff for a very special homecoming show at Clwb Ifor Bach.

CLICK HERE to view the full #IVW22 schedule where you can buy tickets for all events.

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