‘We are definitely not twee,’ Porridge Radio’s lead singer Dana Margolin vows, in case you’re thinking about organic oats topped with blackberry compote or something. She’s right (obviously – it’s her band): though they did record their debut EP in a garden shed, there’s a reason Porridge Radio generate queues round the block. Part polished pop, part melancholic indie, the DIY Brighton band are known for intense live shows, outpourings of emotion via vulnerable lyrics, cathartic repetition, and a fervent energy that sticks to you for days after. Their debut album, Every Bad, due March, encompasses influences as myriad as the Cranberries and Charli XCX. And when they take to the Green Man stage, you’ll feel ‘mostly everything at once cascading down’ – dark stuff, but happy stuff too.