R&L ROUNDUP: MARCH EDITION
R&L exclusive performances, new albums from Mimi Webb and Slowthai. And a deep dive down under into Royel Otis.
MIMI WEBB DAZZLES ON HER SECOND ALBUM ‘AMELIA’
Mimi Webb has been making waves in the UK pop scene. The album ‘Amelia’ is the second instalment in Mimi’s exciting career. Faves like Red Flags, Ghost of you, House on Fire all feature on the project. But don’t sleep on Roles Reversed and Freezing two new tracks we’d love to hear on the main stage this summer.
Thank us later! We’ve added these to our official playlist for you. Also featuring new ones from Slowthai’s stellar new project ‘Ugly’ and loads of new singles from Eliza Rose, Arlo Parks and JBEE.
EXCLUSIVE EXCLUSIVE EXCLUSIVE
In case you didn’t know R&L will be the only fest in the UK for you to experience live sets from the likes of Billie Eillish, Steve Lacy, Declan Mckenna, Wet Leg and loads more.
DEEP DIVE DOWN UNDER WITH ROYEL OTIS
Sydney-based dream-pop duo Royel Otis have been slowly but surely making a name for themselves in the global indie scene. Founded by friends Otis Pavlovic and Royel Maddel, the ravishing band was first birthed after the latter returned to Australia after living in New York, and found himself working at a bar, where he met Pavlovic, who had just finished school. Since then, the duo has released multiple EPs and singles, with especially the addictive ‘Oysters In My Pocket’ earning a lot of fan-love. With no plans of slowing down any time soon, the two-piece is currently working towards the release of their upcoming EP ‘Sofa Kings’, which is set to hit the radio waves at the end of March, as well as already planned live appearances and festival outings, with one long-awaited live debut at Reading and Leeds.