Last weekend, the long-awaited Jabberwocky Festival was to play host to a slew of bands like Neutral Milk Hotel, Kurt Vile, Cloud Nothings, Deafheaven, The Bug, Metz, and more. That didn't end up happening, though, due to a lack of ticket sales, so some pretty determined music fans took things into their own hands. They worked together with venues to put together one-off gigs in spots all around London so people would sitll be able to see the bands they loved.

They're now looking to do the same thing next year, titled Fall Out 2015. Tickets are on sale now, and "what happens depends entirely on the tickets we sell". Read their full statement below!

London. August 2014. Something brilliant happened. A slew of bands; Thee Oh Sees, Pissed Jeans, The Van Pelt, Cloud Nothings, The Bug, Metz, Forest Swords, Deafheaven, Kurt Vile, Neutral Milk Hotel and many more descended on London and played a series of gigs in intimate spaces.

We want it all to happen again, and this time we want to see all the bands that we are excited to see. That’s where you come in.

What happens depends entirely on the tickets we sell. We are the fans trying to do something for the fans – If only 8 people buy tickets, it’s a table booked in a restaurant. If 8,000 people buy tickets we have a citywide movement and a budget to deliver an incredible weekend.

We have a number of venues and promoters lined up that want to be involved. All we need is for the fans to buy tickets and as numbers grow, we will confirm and announce them. This is an event of infinite possibilities.

We won’t be booking anything until the people decide they want it to happen. This will be a joint effort between promoters and fans.

We want this to be a weekend long, multi-venue event. We want to put on the bands you want, in spaces you’ll love. Some you’ll have seen, some you may not have, and all are in close proximity to make seeing as many of those bands as possible, possible.