Sweaty, intimate gigs like this are what the Wytches relish with their moody, snarling performances where they can really work the crowd into a frenzy.
The audience were expecting big things from the evening and they weren’t to be disappointed.
The Maccabees hit Bristol’s Colston Hall to end their major UK tour.
You could argue that the person shouting out a proposal of marriage a few songs prior had hit their peak.
Monday nights rarely get this rapturous.
Sometimes you can’t help but feel a wave of excitement when such a prolific artist appears in an intimate setting.
Foals are back for a brutally intimate show promoting that vital new record ‘What Went Down’.
Kurt Vile is both a man of intelligence and musical integrity. Over his career, the unassuming Canadian has quietly become one of the finest songwriters of his generation.
A lot has changed for Slaves since we first saw them here in Bristol. The heavily tattooed pair have been signed to a major label, received a Mercury nomination, and of course hit much larger venues.
Palma Violets bring their second album to The Fleece, but it’s still the older anthems doing the talking.