Did Sheffield band The Sherlocks try and Photoshop themselves a bigger festival slot?

Popular Sheffield band The Sherlocks have been accused of photoshopping themselves up the bill at the Y Not? festival.

Wednesday, 7th February 2018, 11:19 am
Updated Wednesday, 7th February 2018, 11:20 am
The Sherlocks

The Derbyshire festival revealed its line-up yesterday evening with the Libertines, Catfish and the Bottlemen and Jamiroquai headlining in July.

In the tweet, sent out by Y Not?, Sheffield band The Sherlocks were also announced on the bill in the fourth tier of the lineup.

However, when the Sherlocks announced the news in a later tweet, they appeared to have swapped places with The Amazons on the third tier.

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Bigger bands are usually placed higher up on the bill at festivals with the headliners given the top spot.

It is not clear who was responsible for the apparent Photoshop but the post has since been deleted from the band's Twitter feed.

The festival will return to Derbyshire this summer after it was abandoned last year due to safety concerns.

Torrential downpours hit the festival with revellers sharing photos and videos of the swamp-like conditions at Pikehall, near Matlock,Unperturbed by last year's experience, organisers have unveiled a new site adjacent to its former home which will "address some of the challenges of the previous site location".