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Lower Than Atlantis - Electric Ballroom, London - 11th October 2012

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Lower than Atlantis must how been excited for this tour, not only with new songs to perform but a  number of sold out dates, including London, how could this not be an exciting time for the band in their biggest year to date!

Gnarwolves were the first band on and despite having quite a full venue; they were unsuccessful in getting the crowd involved. This was just a set that lack anything particularly special.


The Dangerous Summer were up next and they had a good set, although unable to really get the crowd moving at any point this didn’t seem to bother them as they played their songs to the highest level.

As for Don Broco, well they didn’t even have to step on stage for the crowd to go wild and just become this one mass of jumping movement. They played a number of songs from their new album, which the crowd sung back to them so loud. It’s quite strange to see a support act get a reaction of the size as if they were the main act. Don Broco definitely has a way about them on the stages which makes them such a fantastic live band and as for their little dances moves, well that just adds to the experience.

LTA hit the stage with a killer set! With songs from a range of their albums, what fan couldn’t like that? The fans had a get reaction to the new songs, with many knowing all the words to the new songs: Normally Strange and Go on Strike. This was a new and exciting set, yet at the same time still had the classic sing-alongs to Deadliest Catch and Another Sad Song. This was a gig not to be missed! It seemed to really hit home with Low than Atlantis, just how far they had come in the last year, let alone in the bands careers as they had beaming smiles as they looked across the crowd.


It definitely won’t be long before both Don Broco and Lower than Atlantis will be headlining much better venues.
 

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