Back in 2019, Devil Sold His Soul poured every ounce of emotion they have left into Loss and tonight on their first run of live shows in five years, they poured every ounce of emotion they still have into this London headliner.
Two stars ever increasing in brightness, Nova Twins shone with confidence, charisma at their long-awaited hometown headliner.
'Homesick' sees Sea Girls returning with something just as special as their first full-length. The band's storytelling has gained a few years of maturity over their debut, without letting go of the light-hearted euphoria of life, and equally their sound incorporates some of the biggest and most memorable hooks in their back catalogue.
Tonight, Twin Atlantic have been able to take their typically upbeat live set and transport it in an unconventional music environment, where the acoustics bounced off the walls to stunning effect.
This Lorna Shore show felt like a theatrical display, something plucked out of the West End and shoved into the world of Deathcore.
Pulling out all the stops and putting every single song into the setlist with pure emotion and elation this evening is more than testament to a debut record that has done so much.
Knocked Loose headed to London to kick off their run of UK dates and it was pure and utter carnage. Check out our review and photo gallery here.
Flirting with their former selves indie ways, but diving headfirst into their future sonic experimentation with a cheeky modern pop twist, the gleaming 'Fix Yourself, Not The World' witnesses one of Britain's most beloved bands still producing some of their best material to date, with the utmost introspection, character and charisma.