Golden Caves + Sky Architect + Eden Song
Robin 2, Wolverhampton.
No under 14s in the standing area, 14 - 17s must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.
Golden Caves is a prime example of the new generation of progressive rock bands. All five members were students at the Dutch arts university Codarts (Rotterdam). December 2013 the band released their first EP in Rotown, which secured them of their first gigs. In the second half of 2014 they reached the finals of the Sena Grand Prix of Rotterdam and became 1st at Band Boost 2014. After the release of the single My Demon's Hunt (2015), the band recorded their 2nd single Bring Me to the Water(2016) together with producer Christiaan Bruin, released with remastered versions of their earlier songs by FREIA Music on EP. On March 24 2017 they released their debut album Collision, which led to a spot at Progdreams Festival 2018, nomination "Best Album of the Year 2017" by Rotterdam Music Awards and they'll be playing at Summer's End Progressive Rock Festival at the UK
Sky Architect is a young Rotterdam-based band. You might be inclined to say they play progressive rock music, but they’d prefer you to just listen to their music free of such limitations. As certified architects, they have the technical proficiency to pull off everything they want to perfection, to draw out a flawless design and lay down a firm foundation. Then, instead of filling it in, they keep to the skeletal set-up and let the weather
Edensong is a progressive rock quintet from New York City that Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson has described as "a great example of the contemporary face of progressive rock.
"Edensong's history as a band is just as long, epic, and unpredictable as its music.