As the world focuses on London around the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and in the build up to The 2012 Summer Olympic Games, South African rock outfit, Prime Circle, will represent the Southern Hemisphere by headlining one of the UK’s top festivals on 16 June (Youth Day.) The five piece rock band will be heading overseas to perform at the one day super event, Homelanz. The band will be one of three international acts that will headline this one day festival which includes Kora from New Zealand and Alex Lloyd from Australia. Says front man Ross Learmonth, “Having long had a fan base that targets a young audience, this festival aptly falls on Youth Day in South Africa. This concert has a double meaning for us – on a day that celebrates ‘youth’ and ‘drive’ in South Africa, it allows us to be the voice of so many South Africans abroad.” With a career that has spanned a decade with hits that appeal to a global audience, Prime Circle will carry the flag high at Boston Manor Park in London. And with their heads in ‘Lyric Land’, and their 5th album on the brink of recording, their performance on the day is sure to please the international fans.