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Andalucia Big 2022 - Line Up

Andalucia Big festival - Thursday line up schedule
Andalucia Big festival - Thursday line up schedule
Andalucia Big festival - Friday line up schedule
Andalucia Big festival - Friday line up schedule
Andalucia Big festival - Saturday line up schedule
Andalucia Big festival - Saturday line up schedule

Andalucia Big 2022 - Line Up

by Alex Cutts

The creators of Mad Cool festival in Madrid produced the first edition of Andalucia Big in September 2022. With their expertise and 6 years of lineups, the producers knew how to pull out the big names. The Andalucia Big festival brought a combination of both English speaking and Spanish bands. Read the reports and photos from each of the three on the links below.

Below is the line up as written before the festival. For festival days's report, see the links above.

The Headliners

C. Tangana, Franz Ferdinand, and Suede replace Rage Against The Machine as Thursday night’s headlining acts. C. Tangana is a Spanish rapper from Madrid, known for being a member of the rap group Agorazein. Forbes named C. Tangana one of the most influential people and creative artists in Spain in 2020. He is no stranger to heading festivals after he played at Sonar Festival in Barcelona earlier this year. Thursday’s second headline act comes from Scottish rock band Franz Ferdinand. Their top hit Take Me Out is sure to get the crowd chanting along. In the past they have won two Brit awards, one for the Best British Group along with the NME award in 2005. The final headline show for Thursday night will come from 90s Britpop group Suede. In 1994, Suede were considered to be members of the Britpop “big four’ alongside Oasis, Blur, and Pulp. Their biggest hit is their 1996 anthem Beautiful Ones, entering the UK Top 10 charts and peaking at number 8 after its release. Suede are known to have headlined Reading Festival in 1997 and V Festival in 1999.

Night two of the festival will welcome 90s British funk band Jamiroquai to the stage. With hits such as Virtual Insanity, Space Cowboy, and Cosmic Girl, along with lead singer Jay Kay’s array of quirky hats, the band are sure to bring an unforgettable show to close Friday night. Their headline slot at Andalucia Big is certainly a special one as it is the groups one and only Euopean show of 2022, giving fans a festival exclusive.
This is Jamiroquai Spotify playlist.

Andalucia Big will conclude on Saturday night with a headline show from English (Teignmouth, Devon) rock band Muse. Their 2006 hit Supermassive Black Hole made it to number four in the UK singles chart and featured in 2008 blockbuster movie Twilight, during the baseball scene. Lead singer Matt Bellamy said that the song contains “Rage Against the Machine riffs” perhaps giving fans a taste of what they are missing out on for Thursday’s line up.
This is Muse - Spotify playlist.

The festival announced it would kick off its first night with a headline show from Rage Against The Machine, however it has since been announced that the band’s frontman Zack de la Rocha injured his leg at a performance in Chicago on 11th July. Medics have advised the musician to put a stop to their tour while he recovers, including the cancellation of their headline slot at Andalucia Big.

 

Chart Toppers

Thursday’s chart topping line up includes performances from Stereophonics, Wolf Alice, and Biffy Clyro.
Stereophonics are a rock band from Wales who formed in the early 90s. They are recognised for their many live performances, including headline shows with some of the UK’s major festivals, including Leeds & Reading 2000, Glastonbury 2002, and TRNSMT 2018, to name a few.
Wolf Alice, alternative rock band from London, formed back in 2010. Since, they have won the 2018 Mercury Prize for their second studio album Visions of a Life, which debuted at number two on the UK’s Album Chart in 2017. The group also won the Brit Award for British Group in 2022.
Biffy Clyro are a Scottish rock band, who formed in 1995. The band have spent a total of 165 weeks in the top 75 of the UK Album Charts. Their most recognised songs are ‘Mountains’, ‘That Golden Rule, and ‘Many of Horror’, and have all featured in the UK top ten charts.

Friday will welcome Scottish singer songwriter Paolo Nutini and English indie rockers Glass Animals.
Paolo Nutini’s soulful pop songs have had him nominated for Brit Awards on three separate occasions and nominated for an Ivor Novello Award for his songwriting capabilities. His third studio album Caustic Love, released in 2014, debuted at number one on the UK’s album charts and was awarded platinum within three months of its release.
Glass Animals rose to mainstream popularity in the early months of 2021 after the success of their song Heat Waves, after it went viral on the social media app TikTok. The song has received over 1 Billion streams on Spotify and has topped singles charts across the globe, as well as receiving a nomination for Best British Single at the 2021 Brit Awards.

 

Years & Years, solo project of British singer songwriter Olly Alexander, will showcase on Saturday evening. Originally formed as a band in 2010, the act debuted 2015 album Communion, which reached number one on the UK album charts and acheived the fasted selling debut album of the year from a UK signed band. 2022 album Night Call also debuted at number one in the UK album charts.

The Up and Coming

Thursday’s line up welcomes up and coming artists Viva Belgrado, from Cordoba, American singer songwriter Lucy Dacus, and British indie band Life. The three bring a combination of post-punk screamo from Viva Belgrado, and indie tunes from Lucy Dacus and Life. Dacus is noted as one to watch after she was nominated for Outstanding Breakthrough Music Artist at the 2022 GLAAD Music Awards. The singer songwriter has also performed beside award winning singer Phoebe Bridgers, in their indie band Supergroup Boygenius, alongside Julien Baker.

Day two of the festival will see performances from Sports Team, Yard Act, and Nova Twins. The members of Sports Team met whilst studying at the University of Cambridge and formed the alt-rock group in 2016. Since then, the boys have been nominated for 2020’s Mercury Prize, and have received a ⅘ star rating from NME on their 2020 debut album Deep Down Happy. Post punk, indie rockers Yard Act were named in BBC Sound’s “ones to watch” shortlist, following the release of their debut album “The Overload” in January of this year.

Childhood friends, Georgia South and Amy Love from London, join Friday’s lineup as rock duo Nova Twins. Since they established in 2014 they have supported tours from Wolf Alice, Bring Me The Horizon, Little Simz, and many more. In 2020 the girls won Best UK Breakthrough Band at the Heavy Music Awards, following the release of their debut album Who Are The Girls?. They have since released their second album in June 2022, named Supernova.

Saturday will see American solo artist Gus Dapperton take the stage. All the way from New York, USA, Dapperton is known for his eccentric style; from his bright green hair to his graphic eyeliner. His song “Of Lacking Spectacle” featured on Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why series. Andalucian bands Adios Amores and Niños Luchando, who opened for Tame Impala following their 2013 debut album Genesis, are sure to bring a southern Spanish twist to the line up for the final night.

Andalucia Big Setlists

AndaluciaBig festival most artist setlists from Setlist.fm the setlist Wiki. (May need to scroll back to 10-09-2022).

Playlists

Get familiar with the bands who played at Andalucia Big. Playlist on Spotify by Alex Cutts:

AndaluciaBig festival playlist - Thursday

 

AndaluciaBig festival playlist - Friday

 

AndaluciaBig festival playlist - Saturday

 

Location

Recinto Ferial, Cortijo de Torres, Malaga (moved from Sacaba Beach )

Destinations