With ‘Point Blank’ and ‘Catch Me If You Can’, also taken from the recent EP, they have tunes stacked with hooks that would make even the most stoic of people dance.
The what-are-soon-to-be classics from the new album, ‘Unleashed’, ‘The Crownless King’, ‘I Am Broken Too’ and ‘The Signal Fire’, seamlessly fit into set.
In Flames showing that age has not wearied their desire to weave their melo-death magic over the SWX crowd.
Words Stefan Putwain \ Simon Kneller Pictures (C) Adrian Hextall You could tell the anticipation of a great night was evident as the queue stretched down the road on welcoming Avatar to Bristol. People travelled far and wide to get here. And Dylan Walshe and later The Mahones did their best to warm up the […]
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The audience are screaming for an encore and Mikko walks on stage and starts to sing the beautiful ballad Wanderlust.
We are going to ride off the energy we are feeling at the moment and it feels really good, we are coming up with new ideas and it’s all flowing freely, so we are going to jump straight into that and get a new record underway!
Mark Pascall, lead singer, says “We are incredibly proud and honoured to open for Status Quo, let alone it being such an amazing venue. We’ve been working incredibly hard and it’s great for something like this to come along”.
By the time The Pineapple Thief take to the stage, the venue had filled to near capacity and so there was a healthy roar from the crowd to greet their arrival. After playing part of “What Have We Sown” as an intro, they launched straight into “Wake Up The Dead” and the music combined with the lights and smoke effects created quite a subtle and immersive atmosphere