Flying Vinyl has quickly established itself as somewhat of a pioneer in the way we fuel our vinyl obsession by providing their monthly fix of 7″ perfection to your doorstep and their promise that ‘The Revolution will not be digital’ has expanded to the point where they have announced their second installment of the annual Flying Vinyl Festival.
The festival will take place on the 8th of April at London’s Oval Space and given the vast array of talent that they have broadcast through their unique service, there is an abundance of talent at their disposal on the line-up. This year’s bill includes a total clean slate from last year which saw the likes of Brighton’s finest Black Honey and The Magic Gang alongside the likes of Swim Deep and The Amazons. None of those will be gracing the stage this year however as a completely fresh crop of bands will be drafted into the limelight.
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Flying Vinyl favourites The Wytches will be headlining while Spring King and London band Hidden Charms will be taking to the stage as well. Dream Wife, the three piece from London with a hint of Iceland will be bringing their ‘poolside pop’ vibe to the festival as well alongside Anteros who have just finished touring the UK with Two Door Cinema Club.
Palm Honey, who will be supporting Sundara Karma on the last leg of their current UK tour will also be playing at the Oval Space in April alongside Oxford’s Willie J Healey. The festival seeks to promote the best newcomers in the UK Indie scene and long may their revolution continue.
Tickets are now available via the Flying Vinyl website.