Word of October Drift’s unmatched live performances has exploded through the indie and alternative rock scenes for a few years now, following the release of 2016 EPs This Is Nowhere, and Stranger Days. Naturally, we’re delighted to announce OD for Bee and Rose Fest!
Career highlights seem to come thick and fast for the Taunton quartet, whose initial cult following based on energetic and engaging live reviews spilled over into mainstream recognition with break-though sets at Glastonbury in 2017, repeat performances at Tramlines Festival in Sheffield.
Two new singles followed, along with UK and European tours with Editors, and a host of festival dates lined up for summer 2019. Including Bee and Rose Fest in Leeds.
OD will be on the mainstage alongside Air Traffic, and 65daysofstatic; on what promises to be a truly diverse and anthemic summer festival bill on Saturday 6th July.