Latitude 2015

Haelos open Latitude 2015 Day Two with a softly building woodland set

The London choral pop collective prove their depth amongst the trees of Henham Park.

Gently nudging the woods awake is entrusted to Haelos, whose choral pop couldn’t feel more at home amongst the rustling of trees.

Shimmering into life, it’s not long before frontman Arthur Delaney remarks upon the bleary-eyed group stood before him. “Who’s shaking off a big one?” he laughs, before easing the London group into the perfect awakening for all those still suffering from last night’s excesses.

As things go on though, there’s a weightier side to Haelos that proves they’re worthy of prompting those parties, not just mopping up the aftermath. They soon shift things into an almost Jungle-esque dancefloor funk, basslines bouncing more as the crowd begin to shake off their cobwebs.

It’s a promising glimpse at Haelos’ potential to leave their blog-pop contemporaries behind. By the time ‘The Sun Rising’ closes proceedings, there’s a clear path to bigger things marked out in front of them - it’s leading them well away from the online world and into something far more tangible.

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