Thursday 29th June 2017
Venue: The Lexington, Kings Cross, London
Nearest Tube Station: Kings Cross St Pancras (All Lines apart from Jubilee)
New York’s finest four piece graced London for a sold out show at The Lexington. With a support slot on the bill for Greenday at BST Hyde Park coming up it was a warm up show that the capital welcomed with open arms. The atmosphere at the venue pre gig was exactly what you want from a summer show, people outside mingling with the band and members from bands not on the bill also in attendance. A strong American contingency was also felt through the venue which made it all that more comfortable.
Their debut album was released at the end of September last year and was widely received with great reviews and in my opinion one of the albums of the year. They have the NYC look down to a tee and have the music to back it up as well.
Ripping through their debut album ‘Never Enough’ starting with ‘Evil Disco’ my favourite track off their debut record. Following on with big hit ‘End of an Era’ which created the mosh pit and a friendly one if that’s possible to say. It was a set that was thoroughly enjoyable, as a band with one album in their locker it was also one the fans could really relate to and each song was received with energy and recognition. Throw in a new track which was a nice surprise and finishing with latest single ‘Careful’, truly a band that’s on the up and a real excitement around them. A big summer coming up for this band.