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Formed at the start of 2016, releasing music independently and going on to support Spring King, Turnover, Glitterer, Drug Church, and Gaffa Tape Sandy, the band have to date stayed primarily under the radar outside their home county, but have recently found themselves exploring further afield from their Norfolk base. In their few short years together, Marigolds have so far released three stand alone singles—’Short Shorts’ (2016), ‘Slept Out’ (2018), and ‘Nerves’ (2019)—and their 2017 debut EP Asleep In The Sun.

With the five piece describing their genre as “summer”, and their music as “colourful waves of sound”, you’d actually be hard-pressed to paint a better picture of what to expect from their up-tempo and positive mélange of influences, but we’ll give it a go: with one foot planted firmly in the indie and folk world of layered guitars and complex, intertwined melodies, the band marry an ambitious, experimental edge with a sumptuous and lush wash of emo and shoegaze influences, resulting in a sun-soaked, hazy sound.

Picking up early support from Huw Stephens at BBC Radio One, The Line of Best Fit, Fresh On The Net, Amazing Radio, Discovered Magazine, BBC Introducing, and more, the five piece are excellently placed to make an ever bigger splash in 2020.