With the event completely sold-out, fans of Llovers were excitable from the get-go.
Opening with ‘Borderlands’ – arguably their finest indie/dream-pop anthem – the crow sang every word of every song back to the band whilst dancing around like nobody was watching.
Debuting new track ‘Change’ and playing ‘Go Get Her, Go Getter’ for the first time since its release, it was obvious that the crowd was in for a treat tonight. David Macnab’s and Jack Brooks’ vocals were spotless as usual too, with the band in tip-top shape throughout.
Things got all emotional during penultimate track ‘I Don’t Mind’, a twinkling, synth-infused classic that seems to get more and more beautiful with every performance.
Finishing with fan favourite ‘Feeling Sound’, this greatly triumphant ending rounded off the night perfectly, leaving the crowd and band-alike on a massive high.
It’s clear to see that Llovers well and truly deserve every inch of success they’ve received so far, and I’m incredibly excited to see what the future holds for this sublime Teesside quintet.