Power of Solace welcomed to the Rock Against Violence stage for 2016 four fantastic bands! Stay tuned for details on the 2017 line-up soon.
Patch & the Giant is currently gearing up to release their debut album, “All That We Had, We Stole” early next year. Folk Radio UK says about the band: “Tucked somewhere between the music of Balkan enthusiasts, Beirut and the rustic elegance of modern DIY folk”. Read more and listen to free tracks on their website.
We Use to Make Things
We Used to Make Things is an eight piece London-based indie-pop band with big horns, big harmonies and a healthy respect for a melodic hook and fat groove. Audience’s love their upbeat tracks and party vibes so we’re pleased to welcome them back to the Rock Against Violence stage.
The Wild Things are a four-piece alternative rock band from West London. Pulling from early influences as wide as the Beach Boys and Foo Fighters by way of a Weezer pop-tinged lean, the band’s recent output has seen them pull in a rockier, dirtier vibe recalling The Smashing Pumpkins and Band of Skulls via Wolf Alice.