Hozier with support from Brittany Howard and Lord Huron

Hozier with support from Brittany Howard and Lord Huron
7 July 2024
SUNDAY
1 p.m.
Geowulf
Rock-pop band Geowulf is an emerging indie pop-rock group from London, England. Made up of singer-songwriter Toma Banjanin, bassist Daniel McCarthy, and drummer Richard Oakes, Geowulf’s sound is a charming blend of British indie-pop and American alt-rock.

Geowulf’s songs range from upbeat and catchy to slow and dreamy, and the band’s live shows have been praised for their energy and emotion. Geowulf’s debut single “Saltwater” became a viral hit and was featured in a Vodafone commercial. The song showcases the band’s ability to craft witty and melodic pop-rock anthems.

Hozier
Hozier, born Andrew Hozier-Byrne, is an Irish singer-songwriter known for his soulful vocals, insightful lyrics, and bluesy guitar riffs. He first burst onto the mainstream music scene in 2013 with his hit single "Take Me to Church" which topped charts worldwide.

Growing up in the Irish countryside, Hozier was influenced heavily by blues legends like Muddy Waters and soul icons like Nina Simone. He started playing guitar at the age of 15 and was quickly drawn to the power of music to connect people emotionally. After attending Trinity College in Dublin and briefly studying music, Hozier decided to pursue a career in the industry.

Lord Huron
Lord Huron is a rock and alternative rock band known for their dreamy, atmospheric soundscapes and storytelling lyrics. The band, led by frontman Ben Schneider, has captured the hearts of music lovers with their ethereal melodies and evocative storytelling. Hailing from Los Angeles, Lord Huron has steadily built a devoted fanbase with their unique blend of indie rock, folk, and Americana.

With influences ranging from classic rock to folk and country, Lord Huron's music is a captivating journey through lush landscapes, profound emotions, and mysterious narratives. Their debut album, 'Lonesome Dreams,' was released in 2012, followed by 'Strange Trails' in 2015 and 'Vide Noir' in 2018, showcasing the band's growth and evolution.


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