Little Comets light up evening as the audience goes wild
IT may have been a wet and miserable Hallowe'en night, but inside Rescue Rooms it felt as though summer hadn't ended.
Support act General Fiasco warmed the audience up nicely and were enough to keep the mood positive and ready for Little Comets to begin.
The Tyneside band came on stage quietly and, with no introduction went straight into Bridge Burn. The set continued in a mellow vein with the band gradually building up the instrument and vocal layers.
The energy picked up with Adultery, Jennifer and One Night in October all reinvigorating the audience. It reached a point where security were dragging crowd-surfers behind the barrier and lead singer Robert Coles made a point of warning "the circle of death" to calm down so that no one got hurt.
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Coles' lyrics are honest and insightful and his vocal range is impressive. The band were at the top of their game despite Nottingham being near the end of their tour schedule.
Complicated African-influenced rhythms and close harmonies were made to look easy and the audience forgot cold and damp October while the band played.