Fresh from providing one of the most exciting and talked about line ups at this year’s T in the Park, the 15th year of Tennent’s Lagers T Break initiative is being hailed by many as the best yet. The T Break Stage saw some outstanding performances throughout the T in the Park weekend – music lovers came, they saw, they liked. From Monday 25th July T Break fans can listen again to the live sets from each artist and download a track for free at www.tennents.com/tbreak 

From the gritty rhymes of Church of when the Shit Hits the Fan to the sweet melodies of Reverieme, there was enough talent on this year’s T Break Stage to pack the tent all weekend, so this extra chance to download music from some of the most exciting new artists in the country is sure to put a smile on the faces of lots of new music fans.

Each year 16 acts are hand picked from thousands of demo entries and provided with the opportunity to play on the biggest platform for unsigned musicians as part of the T in the Park festival. The acts who rocked the stage this year were Aerials Up, Boycotts, Cancel the Astronauts, Carnivores, Church of When the Shit Hits the Fan, Conquering Animal Sound, Crayons, Discopolis, Fatherson, Lady North, Marrik Layden Deft with Scatabrainz, Otherpeople, PAWS, Reverieme, The LaFontaines and United Fruit, each of which have chosen their favourite song to make available for download, as a thank you to the fans who made the T Break Stage the roaring success it was.

George Kyle of Tennent’s Lager says: “The calibre of the acts on stage this year was unbelievable and delivered outstanding performances on a stage renowned for hosting the best of the best in unsigned talent. The feedback from fans has been amazing so we’re sure the downloads will be a huge hit with music lovers”.

To download tracks from the 16 T Break bands head over to www.tennents.com/tbreak

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