Beaming in to Norwich on the latest NME tour

Colin WilsonThe Fly53 NME Radar Tour, the NME's touring showcase of new music featuring Golden Silvers, Marina and the Diamonds, Local Natives and Yes Giantess, hits the Waterfront, Norwich, on Monday.Colin Wilson

The Fly53 NME Radar Tour, the NME's touring showcase of new music featuring Golden Silvers, Marina and the Diamonds, Local Natives and Yes Giantess, hits the Waterfront, Norwich, on Monday.

Headliners are London-based pop-psych trio Golden Silvers who released their stylish debut album True Romance in April. Their sound is as much influenced by the mix of Daft Punk, Beach Boys and giddy indie-electro mash-ups they heard on the dancefloor, as it is by the Dr Dre and Marvin Gaye tunes they danced to at soul and hip hop clubs.

It's been a crazy couple of months for the 23-year old Welsh/Greek songbird Marina Diamond. After releasing a single and EP (Obsessions and The Crown Jewels EP) through upstart NY indie label Neon Gold Records earlier this year, Marina is set to release her debut single Mowgli's Road with 679/Atlantic Records on November 2.

Breaking out of the US to rock the tour are Local Natives, who come from Silver Lake, Los Angeles, and were the talk of this year's SXSW Festival. They are set to release their new single, Camera Talk on October 19. A rich torrent of sound, with its lush and soulful harmonies conjuring a tapestry of roots-y folk, the single is the first taster from their debut album, Gorilla Manor, released on November 2.

Completing the bill is Yes Giantess who fly the flag for US electro pop. The four-piece hail from Boston and draw inspiration from the likes of Michael Jackson and Talking Heads. They have just released their self-titled Yes Giantess EP through Neon Gold.

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