London based promoter & label collective
Sat, 12th Oct


The Victoria, London

It’s been a tumultuous few years for Brighton indie/pop darlings Orchards. Primed to bash down the doors of the indie mainstream with their debut album Lovecore back in March 2020, instead the world fell apart (and we all know why), forcing them to take a back seat. Undeterred, the trio locked themselves away and rallied with new music – the irresistible Trust Issues EP. And while their glittery bombastic power indie-pop showed no sign of retreating, that EP took on an edgier, darker lyrical tone.

With a loyal fanatical fan base built from years of hard work, critical praise from the likes of Huw Stephens (BBC 6 Music), Noisey, DIY, Line of Best Fit and more, spots on Spotify's New Music Friday, extensive tours booked across the UK and EU, and success at SXSW, 2000 Trees, ArcTanGent and Y Not? Festivals, their determination seemed to be paying off. But the band retreated further, seeming to disappear altogether sparking rumours of a break up.

Behind the scenes, Orchards had gone absolutely nowhere, regrouping with producer Jack Wilson (Fickle Friends) in the nearby sunny town of Shoreham to take them in a new direction, penning some of their most explorative, brutally honest and downright catchiest songs to date. Catch them at this special London headline show and prepare to be very relieved indeed.

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  • Venue

    The Victoria
    451 Queensbridge Rd
    London, E8 3AS
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  • Doors

    7:00 PM
  • Age Restriction

    18 +