Saturday, 9 June 2018

SBC in Manc

Some kind words on the recent Manchester gig, from the people at When the Horn Blows:

As the low capacity venue started to fill up, Sad Boys Club took to the stage, which soon proved to be way too small for the five-piece. 

The band only had a twenty-minute set, but owned the stage. The singer had a certain likeness to Robert Smith and Matt Healy, with their tracks even sounding like a mix of The Cure and The 1975. Obvious influences aside, the eccentric dance moves were far too bold for this small stage. 


Plus some nice pics:  http://www.whenthehornblows.com/2018/05/live-review-spector-gorilla-manchester.html



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