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Live Review: Troumaca (Knee Deep Festival 2013)

Wearing a bright floral shirt and dancing in the moment, Sam Baylis, vocalist in the band Troumaca, kept the crowd moving at Knee Deep Festival 2013.

Troumaca performed on the main stage at this year’s Knee Deep Festival, and played a selection of their material in the sunshine. The band, who hail from Birmingham, had a variety of summer-sounding tunes to play, all of which were easy to listen to and uplifting.

Despite the band being relatively unknown, the tracks were well-received, and their mix of poppy synthesisers, and almost trippy overall sound was very suited to a summer festival. The whole band, with Baylis in particular were very energetic onstage and created a great atmosphere not only with their music, but with their stage presence.

If you’re looking for some colourful sounding music, then you probably won’t have to look further than Troumaca. 

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