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Despite their interesting sound the support act struggled to captivate the audience who were audibly impatient for Years & Years
After a small interval, George entered the stage with a bang.
Our man with the camera Jonathan Morgan was on hand to capture the action as The Cribs and Menace Beach took to the stage at The Oobleck
Our man with the camera Jonathan Morgan was at The Bull’s Head in Moseley last week to snap The Jacarandas, Easy Kill and Alex Moir
If you’re looking for a night that lives up with your expectations, you’d be in the wrong place. But for a showcase that’s raw, shambolic, and entirely entertaining, look no further than Killer Wave.
Sticking through the chaos at the Hare & Hounds on Tuesday, you would’ve been treated to something that completely surprised you.
Undoubtedly Llandudno’s “Likely Lads”, Catfish and The Bottlemen are no strangers to Birmingham’s Institute.
When it comes to presence, however, The Xcerts are certainly growing.
Opening with stone-cold classic ‘The ’59 Sound’, fans bulge veins as they shout back every word. Lunging straight into ‘Handwritten’, it’s amazing just far Fallon and co have come – their heart-on-sleeve, ass-on-bar lyrics, channelled through Springsteen, Buffalo Tom and many more, have a startling connection with so many people.
The dozen of us there have just been asked by Jim Noir if we have bought his new album, ‘The Finnish Line’, a question that is met with a stony wall of silence.