VANT played at the O2 Institute last Friday, 3rd March. Their album is class, but it’s definitely not enough evidence of their talent. They’re an insane live band.
Here’s the night in photos.
Monday October 24th saw Jake Bugg grace a sold out Birmingham crowd with his soulful lyrics and infectious riffs.
Only 2 EP’s down and the talent of The Magic Gang is already at such a high standard. After playing at London’s legendary Scala just a few nights before, it was Birmingham’s turn to host the boys from Brighton on October 1st.
After the success of Tourists’ previous singles, the band have gained a lot of support from the BBC. This lead them to play at Radio 1’s Academy earlier this year. Now they have performed a small live show for BBC Introducing.
On Thursday 11th August, Joe and Jack Harvey, Rob Gration and Danny Armitage brought their distinct sound to The Sunflower Lounge. The boys, better known as Clay, have been grabbing people’s attention for a while now and I’ve been becoming a huge fan but this gig honestly exceeded my expectations.
Being a fan of The Last Shadow Puppets (TLSP) for a few years now, I’d been anticipating July 16th since the moment I brought tickets. A disco ball, Johnny “Fucking” Marr and an amazing set list. I was expecting something special with it being the last night on the tour but this was exceptional.
Tuesday saw The Hunna headline the Hare and Hounds in Birmingham. Considering the band from Hertfordshire only released their debut single in 2015, the response from the crowd was like one of the loyal fanbase of a group that had been going for years.