Tuesday, December 11The Voice of London

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The Faim release a brand new video for “Summer Is A Curse”

Entertainment, Music
Today, The Faim have partnered with Billboard to premiere the official video for“Summer Is A Curse,” the third single from their forthcoming debut album. Watch it exclusively HERE or below. Click below to watch the video: The highly-anticipated new video follows frontman Josh Raven and his love interest on the run from the law, eventually escaping before it all goes up in flames. It also showcases the band delivering a stellar live performance with the Welsh countryside as a fitting backdrop. The song was co-written with Ashton Irwin of 5 Seconds of Summer, and according to Josh, “ ‘Summer is a Curse’ is a reflection of our journey as a band. Being placed out of Australia and in LA for the first time as a band, we got thrown into this whole new world of exciting experiences
We didn’t get an Indian summer – but we may get an Indian wedding

We didn’t get an Indian summer – but we may get an Indian wedding

culture, Lifestyle
Words: Stephany Malcolm | Subbing: Kate Reichardt | Photography: Stephany Malcolm Last weekend Olympia London hosted Europe’s largest National Asian Wedding Show, and The Voice of London went along to see what all the fuss was about. Don't worry if you're not engaged... We decided to give you 5 reasons to go along to a wedding festival, even if you haven't got a ring. 1. New profile picture A perfect opportunity to get a new Instagram pic. Every corner of a wedding show is Instagram worthy and you'll be a glam spectator anyway. You'll have your best coat and dress on (or shirt), so get snapping. Plus your followers will be wanting to know what their idol is up to.       2. Free cake Like any function, the main reason we all go is for the free food.

The London live events industry for women: Band guys and cable ties

Words: Kiera Chapman | Subbing: Bernadette Galbraith Not every 21-year-old can work a high vis - nor can they say they've worked with some of the most exciting talent 2017's music scene has to offer. From Nothing But Thieves, to Fickle Friends and Declan Mckenna, Joanna Chidgey has witnessed them all, radio at the ready. Having graduated from Buckinghamshire New University with a degree in Music and Live Events management, Joanna has blossomed from pupil to professional. She now goes by the official title of Events and Promotion Assistant and yes, a badge does come with that. She kindly invites me in from a piercing November chill into her cosy home on the outskirts of London, and I am quick to ask her if she can recall her CV off by heart. "Reading Festival, Barn On The Farm, 1

Rome Film Festival: A taste of the awards season and the changing industry

Entertainment, Film & TV
Words: Lavinia Petrucci | Subbing: Marija Tomsone Rome Film Festival is bringing Hollywood stars to the Italian capital to present films that will have an important spot at the approaching Awards Season. Along with the London Film Festival, the two events shed a light on the importance of female representation. The 12th edition of the Rome Film Festival opened on October 26th and will end on November 5th . With the longest red carpet in the world and a star-studded line up it has become a key event leading up to the Oscars. Last year the festival had opened with Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight, this year the first premiere was Scott Copper’s Hostiles, an alternative western set in 1892 starring Rosamund Pike and Wes Studi. https://youtu.be/DroVvVRFBfw Jake Gyllenhaal presented Stro