We recently announced that Communion will be presenting the new one day Bushstock Festival on 4th June which includes Tom Williams & The Boat, The Staves and Fink. Further artists have now been confirmed, to find out who they are and to watch some great performances, read on…
Three further acts have been confirmed as:
Communion say: “Treetop Flyers are a brilliant new country soul group, with harmonies earning them comparisons to Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. Some of you will have seen them perform at last year’s Flowerpot Sessions where we all fell in love with their tunes. They will be releasing a single through Communion in April and will release their debut album later in 2011.
“Treetop Flyers combine multi-part sun-drenched harmonies and folky Dylanesque melodies, even veering into western hoe-down territory on occasion… expect them to have made their mark on the year by the time the dusk sets.” – The Fly
I also notice Sam Beer is in the line-up, an artist we’ve been playing on FRUK for the last few years…a small world indeed.
Another name FRUK listeners will be familiar with.
Communion say: “Anyone who attended our week at the Flowerpot last summer will not have forgotten the beautiful performances by the wonderful Sarah Blasko from Australia. Sarah’s 2010 album ‘As Day Follows Night’ is a critically acclaimed organic pop masterpiece, an almost timeless journey to an alluring, yet mysterious destination. Sarah is a singer with a sound beyond easy classification and is a very special addition to Bushstock.”
Communion say “Cloud Control’s inspired debut album ‘Bliss Release’ arrives on these shores in May and we can’t wait to have them join us at Bushstock all the way from down under! Concocted between the rocky outcrop of the Blue Mountains and the hard place that is Sydney’s former Red Light District, Cloud Control play harmonic pop as eccentric as David Byrne and as modishly psychedelic as early Jefferson Airplane!”
For more information and tickets go to www.bushstock.co.uk.