Ones To Watch: Community Festival

With no introduction needed after supporting Inhaler on all tour dates around the UK, contemporary psychedelic-pop group Fuzzy Sun are reaching new heights. The 5 piece, signed to Blossoms ‘Very Clever’ Records having also supported the band at their recently sold-outorganised day event at Stockport’s County Home Ground have found their footing in not only their home town but around the UK with stomping hits including ‘Want Love’ and ‘Heavy’.

With Community Festival jam packed with a line up for all, there’s no way we can slide over London’s upcoming or arguable made it Sea Girls. The Indie Rock group situated in the big city have been releasing anthems from the get go including “All I Want To Hear You Say” and “Damage Done” whilst conquering venues such as Heaven since their debut single in 2017.

Whilst at Community Festival this year you’d be a fool not to head down early to see Vistas. Formed in 2016 the band have sold out both launch nights; The Mash House and Electric Circus whilst being played on radio stations such as BBC Scotland and Amazing Radio. Within the past year the band have released EP ‘Sign Language’ and their latest single ‘Feel Alive’ with winning support slots including Clean Cut Kid and The View.

Lazy Day originating from London has been flying off the wall with their grunge garage pop following initial great feedback from music such as ‘With My Mind’ and ‘Oldest Friend’. Signing to Lost Map Records in 2015 and an esteemed set of tour dates running throughout 2019 tune into tracks before heading to see them at this years Community Festival.