GIDGIG music review
Their first appearance wowed a packed venue with their opening rock anthem, a cover track of Royal Blood - Ten Tonne Skeleton. It didn’t take long for teen-shenanigans to kick-off, fans took to the floor with zealous approval. Lively appreciation continued through the seven-track set with cheers and shouts for a much-wanted encore. To appease the crowd band members managed to sneak in a eighth number before venue organisers called time and pulled the plug.
Covers: Jimmy Eat World - The Middle, The Strokes - You only live once
Songs: 1.Here's to a little heartache 2.Changing ways 3.Endless days 4.Lost for a while
Marks out of 10 - 9/10
Point deducted for disturbing facial expressions!
Overall, a rousing and uplifting experience, with ticket sales higher than expected, Bellarose hooked top spot and pulled out all the stops and didn’t fall short of making the evening a successes. The four-piece band hit the ground rockin' and upped their game for the night, exceeded expectations with an incredible performance.
Big thanks to all the support bands who could make it on the evening, Living In Lies | Young Faults | AVU |
Origin Edinburgh, Scotland
Labels Awaiting offers
Band members Vocals/Guitar: Aaron McCall | Guitar: Carron Miller | Bass: Kieran Fergusson | Drums: Jack Gilchrist
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