The Wilderness of Manitoba are a Canadian quartet with beautiful vocals and pretty percussion who created a laid back, warm atmosphere for the audience sat in a candlelit room on sofas and rugs. With harmonies not dissimilar to the Fleet Foxes, they played in what could be described as someone’s living room with a fridge full of beer and cupcakes for their guests.
Everyone in the audience of eclectic tastes, even that one hardened death metaller, there merely to photograph, were left feeling like they had been treated to a private performance in intimate surroundings of the band’s magical folky sounds. Back in October as part of the End Of The Road line up, a definite must listen when sipping ale and lying on the grass soaking up the last of the summer festival rays…..
Review & Photos – Gobi Jhitta