The heart wrenching young Brits ‘The Last Carnival’ and Scottish rockers ‘Fluorescent Hearts’ are back and better then ever!
With pumping beats, amps at full blast, heaps of guitars and bass as well as a perfectly chilled atmosphere with bouncing crowds, these bands are definitely a treat to see live!
After releasing their latest EP ‘Falling for Luisa’ and gaining huge acclaim after their March headline tour, The Last Carnival did not make their ‘Carnie-army’ wait any longer and headed out on the road again. The energetic Russell James Williams (Front man and songwriter) backed by the talented band, Justin Morris (guitar), Adam Williams (drums), Mike Marchant (bass/vocals) and Kieran Lewis (keyboards/vocals) brought a fun and passionate performance to London and songs which you cannot resist to dance along to! The band danced their hearts away and partied with the crowd throughout the whole show. In the words of Justin Morris (Guitar) “If you’re into music, you have to come and see our shows- you will dance, you will sweat, you will cry, you will laugh… and then go home…”
The crowd patiently waited as the pop-punk Scotsmen Fluorescent Hearts hit The Garage’s stage. The FHans sang along to every chant and bounced back the energy from FH and Front man Chris Ashton who was over flown with emotion with each song and every performance and with his band mates Andrew (bass), Martyn (guitar) and Gary (drums) they empowered the audience making them want more and more! Fluorescent Hearts performed their new song on the night “Guide you Home” which will be out this August.
The five-piece Rock/Metal band Maven gave a fresh and powerful show leaving people enticed for their EP to be released this year 2013!