Review: Fenech-Soler, The Bodega
TWO years ago, an ominous cloud loomed over the very existence of electro-pop quartet Fenech-Soler after band member Ben Duffy was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Duffy has since returned with the all clear and the band’s upwards trajectory has continued.
Now, embarking on a four date mini tour of the UK, Fenech-Soler produced an electrifying performance in front of a thrilled Bodega crowd.
The group, whose name is derived from their Maltese guitarist’s surname, initially apologized for their disappearance under a rock for the past few months before launching into the infectious Demons, a high-tempo track that set the tone for the night.
The impressive energy levels of the Northamptonshire band never wavered as they jumped from one track to the next in a sea of dry ice and frequent blasts of strobe lighting.
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Duffy told the crowd to jump up and down during the booming apex of signature track Lies, before a handful of tracks from their new album, due for release in the Spring, were introduced, including the very popular tracks All I Know and Maiyu.
After a brilliant performance of crowd favourite Stop and Stare, a final surge of blasting synths and high-voltage lighting concluded Fenech-Soler’s set.