Preview: In The Tune – Hoofa, Wild Front & NOVACUB

In The Tune is a rapidly growing promotions collective based in London. 2018 has been a huge year for the forward thinking event curators, with gigs occurring all across the country. Hoofa, Wild Front and NOVACUB will help usher in Christmas in style this week with an exclusive showcase gig at the Hope and Anchor, Islington. 

Hoofa headline to cap off an impressive debut year. The London based band are experiencing rapid growth despite the fact they are yet to release a debut single. Mesmerising guitar riffs and an intriguing sound mean that they are destined for the top. They’ve featured across the capital and beyond this year including a notable performance at Hackney’s Paper Dress Vintage. With singles and more live dates to come over the coming months, it is clear that 2019 is going to be their year!



Main support comes from Wild Front, a Southampton based band with musical links to the likes of The 1975 and Pale Waves. Check out hit single “Rico,” it has already amassed over 1.5 million Spotify streams! 

NOVACUB also feature. Their long crafted fusion of indie pop-rock has evolved and grown into an impressive sound since their formation in 2017. Next year they head out on tour with Kaiser Chiefs, thus proving that their sound is destined to larger venues and arenas alike. With industry support from the likes of Steve Osborne (New Order, U2), it is clear that the London based band are onto something special!



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