Akiva are excited to announce that the new Single ‘Broken Ship’ is due for release in Spring 2019. This is also marks a third collaboration with the talented animator Wayne McCauslin for another visual treat. Join the movement via Twitter for latest updates and release dates.
Thanks to BucksFreePress for these great shots of the Akiva set at PennFest 2018. See the full gallery here.
AKIVA will be live at The Finsbury in London on Saturday 8th September 2018.
Akiva are excited to announce they’ll be playing at PennFest 2018 on Friday 20th July.
A superb rising festival in Buckingham with first names on the bill including Kaiser Chiefs, Feeder, Example, The Bluetones, plus Hype, Ellis Dee and Jumping Jack Frost in the Drum & Bass arena.
More details to follow and full line-up to be announced, but get the date in the diary and book your tickets!
It’s here! The brand new single M.O.D. by Akiva. The pulsating track with cutting lyrics and electro backbone has been beautifully visualised in the official video, created by talented Berlin based animator Wayne McCauslin of Backyard Society. Check out the video here.
The critics have been very kind, following the premier on Gigslutz.
First single from the Angelic Studio sessions released and available on all good streaming services.
Thought we would revisit a video from the Akiva archive. The Hard To Remember video was a forerunner to the Can’t Buy Revolutions album and was shot on location at LostBoys Studios.
Oxfordshire’s finest recording establishment, Angelic Studios, was the chosen location to lay down four brand new Akiva tracks. With the aide of Jake and Luke the band have laid down Chemical Eyes, MOD, Ammunition and the brand new Broken Ship.
Akiva confirmed for Summer festival support slot
Akiva have been confirmed in the line-up for PennFest 2016 in Buckinghamshire. Taking to the Big Top stage at 12:45 on Friday 22nd July. Also appearing on Friday; Ocean Colour Scene, De La Soul, Shed Seven, Fun Lovin’ Criminals & Reef.
It’s a great mid-sized festival of around 20,000 people each day and located in rolling fields between Amersham and Beaconsfield with train and tube links pretty close by.
Tickets and more info can be found at www.pennfest.net