Scarecrow Boat are an indie punk band that have been together for two years. The current band lineup got together in Southampton with members from Music Promotion and Music Performance and Production course. The guys play WTFest this Saturday (15/10) next to some of their biggest influences such as Sorority Noise, so we asked them to run us through five acts that must be seen.
They have previously done a ton of cool shows including playing with SWMRS and The Flatliners as well as going on a small tour in June.
FFO: Modern Baseball, Great Cynics, Brand New and Sorority Noise
Here are the acts Scarecrow Boat say you shouldn’t miss.
Sorority Noise (FFO: Brand New, Modern Baseball)
Sorority Noise will definitely play one of the best slots of the weekend, after in my opinion the greatest album release in 2015 with Joy, Departed the band have got better and better! This band are going to be huge and this is certainly a set you should not miss.
Sad Blood (FFO: Into It, Over it)
London emo power trio Sad Blood are another must see band on Saturday. Lead vocalist and guitarist George will provide you with good music, facts about the world, and he might even attempt comedy. They are some of our best band friends in the world and always bring it!
Ben Marwood (FFO: Frank Turner, Will Varley)
Folk punk solo guitar legend Ben Marwood is going to rock The Joiners on Sunday, for any Frank Turner fans you’ll definetely fall in love with this man. He’s been doing this for years and will get you singing, dancing, and cheering.
Happy Accidents (FFO: The Front Bottoms)
Since being signed to Alcopop Records, London based band have had an exciting summer, playing many major festivals such as Truck and Reading Festival. They’re some of the nicest chums in the world, so go along and have a dance they are bound to make you smile!
Muncie Girls (FFO: Lemuria, Shit Present)
In the last year I’ve heard Muncie Girls name so many times I just had to listen, and they are geniuinely phenomenal, they’re headlining Friday, and are a band that everyone should love! They’re going to be huge, really huge…
Catch Scarecrow Boat’s set Saturday (15/10) at 4pm at The Joiners.