One of the top UK electronic music artists Years & Years are added to the Positivus Festival line-up. Additionally such raising music stars as Youngr, Jeremy Loops and Marlon Williams will also perform at the festival. This is the twelfth edition of Positivus festival, which will take place on July 20-22, and, as announced previously, this year’s headliners include Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, The Prodigy, Tove Lo and many more. Along with the usual 3-day, 3-day with camping, 2-day, 1-day and VIP tickets, at the moment there is a special price for the group tickets at the Positivus Festival website.
London based British trio Years & Years musical signature features electro pop with elements of R&B and house-music which has creates band’s unique sound and brought their records to the tops of British music charts. Ollie’s vocal is the leading force in this trio and it can break hearts and arouse them with a pulsing beat that’s taken from the aesthetics of eighties synth-pop and best examples of funky electronic music. This mix has charmed partygoers in the both sides of Atlantic Ocean providing success in many music charts worlwide. Years & Years has also been nominated to a variety of music awards, including Brit Awards nomination Critics Choice Award, and has received the prestigious BBC Sound of 2015 award.
Dario Darnell or Youngr performs eclectic, slightly alternative pop music. He knows exactly what contemporary music lovers want, therefore he is not afraid to experiment, while maintaining melodiousness. Youngr’s debut song compilation “This Is Not An Album” with the hit “Out of my System” on Spotify has already exceeded more then 50 million plays and his phenomenal concerts are sold out both in Europe and North America. Also, the musician has already performed in more than 50 festivals, including the largest ones, such as SXSW, Latitude, Ultra Music Festival, Montreux Jazz Festival and The Meadows Music & Arts Festival, and this summer we will have a chance to enjoy his great stage charisma at the Positivus Festival.
Jeremy Loops comes from South Africa and he is able to lift up everyone’s mood. A very strong dose of positivity breaks free from Jeremy’s lungs, guitar and loop pedals and it is just perfect for festival’s atmosphere. In musicians creative work in a very natural way bard’s culture, reggae, a bit of electronic music and some elements from African world music are combined together, creating a multicultural atmosphere. With his debut album “Trading Chance” the musician conquered iTunes charts’ top places and quickly evolved his career with further awards such as South Africa’s iTunes Best New Album and MTV Africa’s Best Alternative Album in 2015. An important milestone during Jeremy’s career was concerts with the famous American band “Twenty One Pilots” when he was the supporting gig on their “Blurry Face” tour.
Marlon Williams is an indie folk music songwriter from New Zealand who equally likes good pop music and atmospherics of contemporary alternative country music. In Marlon’s music nuances of classical music education can be caught, but first of all he is a heartbreaker of hot summer nights with ability to write simple and catchy songs to sing-along. The musician has received several New Zealand music awards, including The Best Country Album of the year and The Best Male Solo Artist of the year.