The Huffington Post called them the “young musicians of the moment” and they’ve got the likes of NME and Clash fawning over them. Safe to say Sundara Karma are a band you need to hear.

With their instant indie pop bursting with searing guitar lines and young blood sentiment, standout track ‘Loveblood’ made its mark on BBC Radio 1‘s Annie Mac who premiered the incendiary anthem. Debut album Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect, is full of conscious anthemic tracks such as ‘Flame’, ‘Loveblood’, and ‘Be Nobody’ that are underlaid adolescent angst.

Live, their magnetic energy will make it impossible to stand still. Grab a ticket and let that fire screaming inside get out.

Sundara Karma Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch a live performance of ‘Loveblood’ below:

Plus support from THE MAGIC GANG

The Magic Gang recently released EP Three and shared massive new single ‘How I Can Compete’, released on Yala! Records, the baby of The Maccabees’ Felix White.

Heading onto Radio 1 as Mistajam’s Hottest Record, the Brighton bunch announced thoughts stretching ahead to their first full-length: “I feel like we’re at the point now where we’re piecing together what’s going to be on the album,” said vocalist Jack Kaye.

The Magic Gang Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘How Can I Compete’ below: