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Festival Number 6  Part 3

動画も出てきた。

 

音声が残念。アウトロセッションの部分は「A Day In The Life」みたいなカオスになってる・・・。

 

 ↓こちらはリハーサル風景らしいんだけど荘厳な雰囲気。

「Sun Structures (Ctrl in-situ session)」を思い出します。

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The Quietus | News | FESTIVAL REPORT: Festival No. 6

The Quietus | News | FESTIVAL REPORT: Festival No. 6

At last year's festival Caught By The River welcomed Temples to the festival. Their billing on the main stage on Saturday night this year was proof of the year the band have had. It felt like their ascendency had started here looking out onto the most beautiful setting of any festival stage. This year it was the turn of the young band Love L.U.V to open proceedings on the Heavenly Records curated stage. "Spellbinding garage pop-stomp saturated with primal riffs and beats and spikily sugar-coated vocals," promised the programme and we were not disappointed. We had checked their Soundcloud page on the way to Portmeirion, and so the beautifully crafted spectral pop of 'You Do Something' already sounds like a classic to our ears. Their girl group harmonies will draw comparisons with Phil Spector's pop aesthetic, but theirs is a harder psyche edged sound displayed on the storming garage pop of 'Lily Anne'. Don't be surprised to see the band follow Temples onto the main stage next year.