London based five piece Fanfarlo are making waves with their individual mix of indie pop, folk and rock tunes. Their great melodies and unusual instrumentation have set tongues wagging and they have recently supported Mumford & Sons, the band are also set to play a summer show with The National. Contactmusic.com caught up with Amos Memon, the drummer for the band and Leon Beckenham who plays keys and trumpet at this years scorching Glastonbury Festival. With Leon slightly distracted as Sienna Miller walked past, I manage to keep them focussed. Sitting under Amos' umbrella for shade, they chatted about the band, their debut album, Reservoir, the summer of festivals and Leon's love of Shakira!
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