Sundara Karma are well on the way to becoming the ultimate festival band at Glastonbury 2017

Frontman Oscar Pollock is the encapsulation of what Glastonbury is about.
At the far edge of Glastonbury is the famed John Peel stage, a tent that’s so revered it houses the brightest upcoming names, and even a few potential big hitters with surprise sets (wink The Killers, wink). It’s also where Sundara Karma – who have already began making dreamy waves with the release of their debut ‘Youth Is Only Fun In Retrospect’ – are about to solidify their ascent.



Frontman Oscar Pollock is the encapsulation of what Glastonbury is about – that feeling that there’s something more to life than simplicity and not getting bogged down in the mud. Every word he sings feels like a masterclass in how to enjoy your time, even when the bad comes around.



With a huge crowd considering the location and time, Sundara Karma already have a plethora of songs that flirt with the mainstream, leaving no stone unturned. ‘Flames’ sees fists pumping in the air during its stomping chorus, while ‘Vivienne’ has the crowd swaying and dancing on the spot in unison.



Oscar and co are well on their way to becoming the ultimate festival band – the sound, the ideas, the look. Give it a few years and they’ll be propelled up the listings.

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