Fieh [NOR], Lake Jons [FIN] & Holy Now [SWE], will be joining forces @ the Lexington in London. The solar system might break apart from this awesome news. Or maybe it’s just going to be an awesome show. We’ll find out, shall we?
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- Thursday, February 22 at 7:30 PM – 11 PM
- The Lexington (96-98 Pentonville Road, N1 9JB London, United Kingdom)
- BUY Tickets [HERE]
After the release of their debut single «Glu» on October 27th last year, interest surrounding Fieh has gone through the roof. Fieh was voted the most promising act for 2018 in an annual poll among Norwegian industry professionals, The FADER premiered their first music video and their summer tour is nearly fully booked with festival gigs at Norway’s biggest festivals like Bergenfest, Fredvika, Slottsfjell, Vinjerock, Øya and Pstereo, as well as Where’s the Music? in Sweden.
Fieh’s second single is called «25», where Sofie sings about doing her own thing, being down with her gang and the fact that hard work pays off. Her vocals are even more laid back than on their super debut «Glu», the song making you zone out completely until you gather yourself to the revelation that 2018 will work out just fine!
Lake Jons [FIN]:
Lake Jons is one of Finland’s most hyped bands, rolling in like a thick mist on a sweet northern wind.
Although Lake Jons appeared from a garage on the outskirts of Helsinki, their sound is birthed in the woods and melodies of the Nordic landscape Here, in Lake Jons, we find the harshness of the folk disposition coupled with the beauty of a northern mystic melody.
Lake Jons recently signed to US label AntiFragile, releasing their self titled debut album in January 2018.
Holy Now [SWE]:
Holy Now cherishes and renews an indie pop built around captivating melodies and heartbroken lyrics. Songs about an unwillingness to grow up and stagnate. Timeless pop music with intimate melodies, yelling drums and sprawling choruses. Jangly fuzz pop where euphoria meets insomnia.
Based in Gothenburg, Sweden, the band debuted in 2016 with the EP “Sorry I Messed Up”. The follow up EP “Please Call Me Back” was released in 2017 and helped establish Holy Now as one of the more promising bands on the prosperous Swedish pop scene.
In 2018 the band return with the single “Feel It All” from their upcoming debut album “Think I Need The Light”, which is set to be released on the 27th April via Lazy Octopus Records.