The Soundcasters are an exciting 4 piece band from Maidstone in Kent. They are aged between 23 and 25 and though still young, they have a mature, distinctive sound. They have a unique and varied style of song writing which marries various styles of pop, jazz, reggae and rock resulting in catchy, memorable tunes with well written lyrics. The band featured in an episode of the Channel 4 documentary 'Amish: Worlds Squarest Teenagers’ back in 2008 and in 2011 they filmed for a Sony advert at O2 Brixton Academy.
The Soundcasters have wowed audiences in England and across Europe after their tour in 2013. They’ve played many prestigious venues including the infamous Cavern Club, Brixton Academy and continue to have residencies in the Swiss and French Alpes.
The band have been invited to play a number of prestigious private parties such as Adobe's Christmas party, and a charity function for Sir Richard Branson and the Virgin team in Switzerland. They’ve performed at festivals such as Togfest and Lounge on the Farm alongside Toots and the Maytals and Martha Reeves and the Vandellas.  They’ve had the honour to headline a number of festivals including the Local and Live Festival in Tunbridge Wells that saw crowds of up to 3,000 people.