Absent Kelly's Sonic Sketch: South of the River

Notting Hill Arts Club, London.

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Full Line Up: South of the River, Last of the Wonder Kids, The Jack Fletcher Band, Three Day Weekend, Captain Crash & the Magic Hats, Daze

The London stage is no stranger to Absent Kelly and our bills crammed full of new and exciting bands from around the country and we’re not breaking the mold with our May date at Notting Hill Arts Club!

Introducing South of the River. South-west London’s newest 4 piece indie-rock band, blending catchy indie pop with heavier rock influences that has seen them play some of London’s best loved underground venues, including Nambucca and the Brixton Windmill.

Grimsby fuzz pop trio, The Last of the Wonder Kids, specialise in crafting sublime indie pop that has seen them become local BBC Introducing and promoters favourites. They’re now ready to take on the Capital and we cannot wait!

No nonsense Wolverhampton indie rockers, The Jack Fletcher Band will be there too. To date these lads have played numerous festivals, including Lakefest and Party In the Pines, and supported the likes of Primal Scream, The Coral and Cast.

Lancashire lads Three Day Weekend will be bringing their brand of anarchic indie rock, reminiscent of the likes of the Arctic Monkeys to the evening. This sound has seen them gain radio airplay, coveted live slots, and a loyal fanbase up North!

Captain Crash & the Magic Hats are a Hampshire based outfit who play laid back, nostalgic indie. They mix elements of blues, folk and psychedelia to create their distinctive signature sound.

Opening the show is Daze, an Oxford duo who play delightful indie pop topped by the captivating vocals of frontwoman Daisy Eaton.