Formed by Oscar Lulu (vocals), Haydn Evans (drummer), Ally Baty (guitarist) and Dom Cordell (bassist), Sundara Karma are the 18-year-old school friends who have gone from figuring out cover versions to writing their own sunkissed, uplifting indie-pop. Having now finished school they are working full time on making the band a success, having already supported Swim Deep, Darlia, Circa Waves and The Wombats and with a host of festivals to play throughout the summer. With latest single 'Loveblood' playlisted at Radio 1, 2015 and beyond looks bright for the Reading band.
With their innate knack for writing solid pop hooks, an infectious sense of fun surrounding the group and some unconventional methods of inspiring and grabbing the attention of their audience, Sundara Karma is a young band to watch.
18 Dec, 2019
110 Above Festival 2020
The 110 Above festival takes place on Gopsall Hall Farm in Leicestershire from 13th-16th August, and will feature Primary Talent International artists:
...The Pale White
26 Nov, 2019
Neighbourhood Weekender 2020
The Neighbourhood Weekender festival in Warrington on 23rd/24th May, features a whole host of Primary Talent International artists.
Saturday 23rd May
...Love Fame & Tragedy
Sunday 24th May
...Catfish and the Bottlemen
19 Nov, 2019
Dork: 'Albums Of The Year 2019'
Dork's list of their 'Albums of the Year 2019' includes many Primary Talent International artists.
#2: Marika Hackman 'Any Human Friend'
#7: Blaenavon 'Everything That Makes You Happy'
#9: Lana Del Rey 'Norman Fucking Rockwell'
#12: The Japanese House 'Good At Falling'
#13: Dave 'Psychodrama'
#18: Sundara Karma 'Ulfilas Alphabet'
#25: Self Esteem 'Compliments Please'
29 Aug, 2019
Sundara Karma: 'One Last Night On This Earth' At Reading & Leeds
Sundara Karma perform 'One Last Night On This Earth' at Reading & Leeds festivals, last weekend.
28 Aug, 2019
Sundara Karma: 'Higher States' at Reading & Leeds
Sundara Karma perform 'Higher States' at Reading & Leeds festivals last weekend.
25 Aug, 2019
Sunday 25th August: Reading & Leeds Festivals
The third & final day of the Reading & Leeds Festivals, continues with these artists from the Primary Talent International roster, performing at both sites.
Reading Festival: Sunday
...Everyone You Know
Leeds Festival: Sunday
...The Japanese House
...Sons of Raphael
22 Aug, 2019
Friday 23rd August: Reading & Leeds Festivals
The Reading and Leeds Festival weekend begins on Friday, with The 1975 headlining the main stage at Reading and featuring a whole host of Primary Talent International artists, across all stages at both events.
Reading Festival: Friday
...You Me At Six
...The Night Café
...Bowling For Soup
Leeds Festival: Friday
...Everyone You Know
26 Jun, 2019
Glastonbury Festival: Friday 28th June, 2019
Stormzy will headline at Pyramid Stage on Friday night at Glastonbury Festival, and the day features a packed line-up of Primary Talent International artists.
14.00-14.40: Yellow Days (William's Green)
14.00-15.00: The Wombats (Other Stage)
15.00-16.30: Connie Constance (Left Field)
16.00-16.40: Sundara Karma (Williams Green)
16.30-17.00: Dylan Cartlidge (The Rabbit Hole)
16.50-17.55: Kuenta (Glade)
19.00-19.40: Sunflower Bean (William's Green)
19.00-19.45: Gaffa Tape Sandy (The Unfairground)
19.20-20.20: Swimming Girls (Avalon Cafe Stage)
20.00-21.00: Dub Pistols (Glade)
20.15-21.15: Two Door Cinema Club (Other Stage)
21.00-22.00: Pale Waves (John Peel Stage)
22.15-23.45: Stormzy (Pyramid Stage)
23.00-00.00: Mollie Collins (The Temple)
00.00-00.45: Jamz Supernova (Shangri-La)
01.00-02.00: Snow B2B Jamz Supernova (The Gas Tower)
01.15-02.45: Pinty (Stonebridge)
03.30-04.30: Kasra B2B Randall (The Temple)
07 Feb, 2019
Sundara Karma: DIY Cover Stars
Sundara Karma are the cover stars of the new issue of DIY Magazine, out this Friday.
26 Jan, 2019
Sundara Karma: New Single 'Higher States'
Sundara Karma's new single 'Higher States' is featured in Dork magazine. It's taken from their forthcoming second album 'Ulfila's Alphabet', released on 1st March.
The band will tour the UK throughout April.
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