Kids With Buns: 'Out Of Place' (albumrelease) / support: Roufaida

Debut album full of dreamy indie pop


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Debut album full of dreamy indie pop

With their atmospheric guitars and uniquely disarming, androgynous vocals, Kids With Buns creates a sound that gets halls quiet. Fresh, radio-friendly songs that balance between melancholy, power and color. With a down-to-earth open-mindedness, they evoke an afterglow of security.

Their debut album Out Of Place was released in October. "Perfect dreamy indie pop that is easy on the ears and grabs you from the first moment and doesn't let go," according to Luminous Dash. Their music is sometimes compared to London Grammar, Phoebe Bridgers and Girl In Red. Indie pop for the bedroom that pushes the boundaries musically and thematically.

support: Roufaida

The Dutch Roufaida draws on both her Moroccan roots and her
background in indie pop. She is guided by North African rhythms and mixes obscure
cassette samples with beats and guitar. She stands on the shoulders of ancient philosophers, poets and singers from the Middle East and Amazighs. Her captivating voice and lyrics that reflect the times are
refreshingly relevant and relatable.

She draws inspiration from artists such as Björk, Fairuz and Aldous Harding. On her debut single Don't Bend, we also hear echoes of Tinariwen and Imarhan.

Meanwhile, Roufaida played support acts for the likes of Eefje de Visser and Balthazar. She could also be
be spotted at festivals such as Into The Great Wide Open and Welcome to the Village. One to keep an eye on.
keep an eye on.

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