Hollywood was the first band to perform on the night and they did very well, as it is always a hard task being the first band on the bill. Their songs were catchy and by the end of their set you were left knowing some of their lyrics.
Little Time Off are a pop/punk band from Minneapolis Minnesota who have a similar sound to that of All Time Low and Forever the Sickest kids although it isn’t to say that they don’t add their own style to their pop/punk songs.
HARBOUR is an alternative pop/rock band from Cheltenham. So who is this band I hear you cry … well the band is made up of Chris Capewell, Mike Elliott, Charlie Pilsworth, Adam Goddard and Andy Oliveri who have all been playing together for some time now and really know how to write a song.
I always love it when I get the opportunity to listen to new music, especially by a new artist. Benjamin Gibbs is a singer - song writer who you should really watch out for.
His Alternative Pop style is like nothing I have ever heard before and very refreshing to hear in an age where a lot of pop music is very generic.
Blink 182’s long awaited album Neighbourhoods shows a 21st century version of the band as they have a slightly different style to that of their last album.
I have decided to write a review on Set It Off’s EP Horrible kids, as it’s an album I haven’t stopped listening to since I bought it.
It’s been a big year for Letlive over here in the UK and even though their last album Fake History came out in April of 2010 and then was re –released in 2011, I still believe it isn’t given the credit it deserves.
The first ever review I posted on the site was for a band called The City Calls, check out the review here if you haven’t seen it already http://www.wix.com/chloebevan/shoutitloudreviews/apps/blog/the-city-calls-a-spark-to-ignite .