In the words of Gareth David-Lloyd, the instigator behind SWA, “I saw that there is so much talent in Wales that is completely overlooked because it’s not considered mainstream, handsome or thin enough; it doesn’t fit in with what the industry thinks people want. So, I decided to create an event that would help shed some light on this undiscovered talent; a showcase for the overlooked.”
Sex, Wales and Anarchy Four (SWA4) has been postponed until early 2012.
Blue Gillespie, the prog metal band who organise the cross-arts festival, are currently working on their new studio album which is due for release later this year.
Gareth David-Lloyd, lead singer of Blue Gillespie said: “We would love to have Sex, Wales and Anarchy in its regular late-summer spot, but if we tried to split our focus between SWA4 and our new album one of them would suffer and we want both to do the best that possibly can for both the fans and the festival goers.”