White Denim, Vivian Girls play Club Uncut at The Great Escape

The Week That Was and Crystal Antlers also performed at Uncut's nights at the Brighton festival

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White Denim, Vivian Girls and Crystal Antlers were among the acts who performed at Club Uncut nights at Brighton‘s Great Escape festival over the weekend.

The Acorn and The Week That Was headlined the first night of the festival at the city’s Pavilion Theatre (May 14).

They were joined by Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson and DM Stith – read Uncut’s review of their performances.

Abe Vigoda, Vivian Girls, The Phantom Band, Crystal Antlers and Blind Pilot performed on Friday night (May 15) – you can read a blog on their sets here.

The final Club Uncut night at The Great Escape (May 16) was headlined by former London Club Uncut headliners White Denim.

The Texans were joined by School Of Seven Bells, Three Trapped Tigers and Banjo Or Freakout – read the Uncut review of the night here.

Other acts who performed at the festival included Gang Of Four, Metronomy and Kasabian.

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