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As the pounding ‘Meat Is Murder’ reverberates around the arena, a sense of tension fills the air.
Tonight’s gig is proof that 2015 is going to belong to Lucy Rose.
No one left the building tonight without wide eyes and a beaming smile.
They play with such gusto and ferocity that the tiny Temple room resembles a Zumba class, and Billy, Charlotte and Josh clearly thrive off of every moment
A rescheduled show meant those in attendance have had to wait even longer to see Warpaint live but on tonight’s showing they prove to be well worth the wait
The Leeds 5-piece cut foreboding figures in The Hare and Hounds’ Venue 1, silhouetted for a humble audience against a dark backdrop
Throughout, Burgess is a witty, energetic host, enjoying plenty of banter with the band and crowd and even pilfering a photographer’s camera to take a snap of the bulging Wolverhampton crowd
It seems almost blasphemous to use the word ‘okay’ in the same sentence as Royal Blood
If you love a good indie band then The Institute was the place to be on Saturday.
Showcasing some of the most deliciously rambunctious sounds to flood a city venue, not a soul could complain.