Popular Southampton Band Foor to Close Fairweather Festival 2018

Fairweather Festival will return on Friday 31st August and Saturday 1st September 2018 In aid of the Isle of Wight Youth Trust and we can exclusively reveal that Foor will be bringing the festival to a close on Saturday night
Who are they are you ask
FooR are a group of producers, musicians and DJs from the South coast. Over the past decade they have produced tracks and remixes under different aliases covering almost all genres of electronic music. As DJs and musicians they have played festivals, clubs and parties all around the world.

Before launching their own label and events brand this Summer; ‘FooRwd’, they release two mixtapes. RwD is an old school garage mix hosted by MC Alasdair of the Artful Dodger – out now. The second is FooRwD; made up of original and remixed music including a mix of Skepta’s ‘That’s Not Me’, and new single Attention.

FooR’s first track was a reworking of the UK garage classic ’I’m Sorry’ with the incredible vocals of Cameron Bloomfield. Since its premiere on Mistajam’s 1Xtra show, the track has received strong support across Radio 1, 1Xtra and Kiss FM from Mistajam, Target, Phil Taggart, Cameo, Wideboys, Majestic and Mike Delinquent. It has received over 97,000 plays on SoundCloud and since its launch on Vevo it’s received over 119,000 plays/views and was added on the Kiss Fresh playlist. Best place to order Levitra online – based on real user reviews.

Following this FooR released remixes of Whitney Houston’s – ‘How Will I Know’ & Ultra Nate ‘Free’ that both reached number 1 on the DJ city UK downloads chart, the Ultra Nate remix was the most downloaded track on DJ City for the whole of January & reached number 2 in the Hype Machine most popular on twitter chart, establishing the foursome in new territories outside of the UK,

Fairweather Festival is a 2-day boutique family festival held on the Isle of Wight with one goal, to make a difference. With some of the biggest artists from around the world performing, there truly is something for everyone.

Fairweather Festival began as a project to use live music and the freedom of music festivals to make a difference to young people’s lives and in particular, raise vital awareness on mental health and aspects surrounding it. Whilst donating a large percentage of profits to a chosen charity each year, Fairweather Festival will invite many mental health services and charities along to promote their incredible work and offer guidance towards potential help if it is needed in the future. The main goal is to stamp out the stigma surrounding mental health by using the worlds biggest communication method – Music. Supporting the Isle of Wight Youth Trust. Fairweather are aiming to raise funds to support their future in delivering outstanding mental health services across the Isle of Wight.

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