Awesome people of South Africa & the world – Defy Theory need you!
In order to get to the Warton Music Festival in England where they have been invited to play, they need to raise a bunch of money in a short space of time. We believe wholeheartedly that this can be achieved and we are urging you as believers in the dream to help us get them there!
With its roots firmly grounded in the local Midlands music scene, Warton Music Festival has been delivering great line ups since 2007. Founded by a group of music lovers, the festival has showcased some of the finest bands and solo artists over its ten year span- selling out its original venue each time.
The festival grew year upon year until finally in 2017 it was time to expand! Relocating to a new 15 acre spot at Bentley Farm, the festival has now evolved into a three day event with on-site camping, various stages filled with national and international bands, a fair, and a variety of entertainment and food stalls.
If you haven’t heard of Defy Theory yet, I urge you to go watch them live. I first got to see them at Alberton day in 2018 and knew instantly they were destined for great things, this opportunity for them to play abroad confirms the “theory”. 😉
Watch “WHISPERS” here
ABOUT DEFY THEORY:
Defy Theory are a rock band from Johannesburg, South Africa. The band was formed in 2013 and consists of members Gareth Cairncross, Franna Nel, Daniel Bronkhorst, Renier Lillie and Justin Visagie.
The band’s sound experiments with a mix of alternative, hard rock and rock with rap elements of rap. Drawing influence from bands such as Muse, Gangs of Ballet, Linkin Park and Alter Bridge among others.
They recorded their debut album “Impossible/Plausible/Sensible with Clinton Watts of Watts Audio, whom they also previously worked with on their single “Sugar”.
“Impossible/Plausible/Sensible” is available for download/streaming on all major online stores, including iTunes, Spotify, Deezer, Tidal, Google Play Music and Amazon Music.
They have performed at many live music venues in and around the Gauteng area, such as Sundowners, Hard Rock Cafe, The Goodluck Bar, Aandklas Hatfield and SinkShack to name a few. In May 2018 they opened for Fokofpolisiekar at the annual Alberton Day Music Festival, whom they also shared a stage with Hillcrest Quarry in Cape Town.
In August 2018 they opened for Gangs of Ballet in what would be one of the band’s final shows. They followed this up by being announced as part of the Krank’d Up Fest 2018 line-up where, alongside major local bands, will also be sharing the line-up with international heavy weights Miss May I and Sikth.
Defy Theory are a hard working rock outfit and what’s more they are great performers, so crowds can always expect high energy sets with a great vibe.
A MESSAGE FROM THE BAND
Posted by Defy Theory on Sunday, 14 April 2019
In the efforts to raise funds for the trip, Defy Theory are accepting donations and selling some fantastic merchandise for you to flaunt at their next gig to show your support!
But that’s not all…
Sponsors of the tour will be shown appreciation in two ways:
1. You will be part of Defy Theory’s newest single video release.
2. Your name will go on the UK Tour T-shirt
Thank you in advance for being part of the dream.
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LET’S DO THIS!!
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