Since 2002, the electronic rock and drum and bass band Pendulum have been making waves in the electronic dance music world as they have established themselves as legends thanks to their creative sound. Recently, the band announced some incredible changes to the overall technology that their show includes, as well as releasing a shocking statement that the talented group may not have stayed together if it wasn’t for their management’s encouragement.
This coming weekend, the British/Australian act is getting ready to headline London’s South West Four Festival. Since the band’s iconic return debuting at Ultra Music Festival 2016, they have not played a live performance in the capital city, making this a highly anticipated event for many. Not only can fans expect an impeccable performance from the group – they can also count on the technology to be top notch during the soon-to-be infamous live performance.
Pendulum’s frontman, Rob Swire, has been wrapped up in the many great changes. However, recently he took the time to speak with about the band’s overall journey. When asked about the new show, he stated:
As life goes, things can’t always be perfect. The frontman has also indicated that if their management didn’t step into ensuring that the band reunites, he would not have gone along with the plans to come back together. However, Swire continued to confess:
Regardless what happened in the past, fans and fellow supporters are overjoyed that the iconic band is back together and ready to shake things up with their technology. We can only hope that moving forward we continue to see more amazing updates and performances.