It’s rare that a band’s live sound matches that of the studio.
But every once in a while a band like Blossoms comes along and there’s practically no difference between the two.
On Friday, the Stockport boys were welcomed to the Dome – the perfect setting for their atmospheric indie songs.
The only thing that let them down, however, was the lackluster audience.
They gave absolutely nothing back to the band – apart from a couple up on the balcony having the time of their lives.
Nonetheless, the band pressed on, now a juggernaut of the British music scene, rumbling through their catalog of anthems – The Keeper, Honey Sweet, Charlemagne.
The punches were thick and fast.
And the lighting too. Unreal. Props to whoever lit the show. A triumph.
But after what felt like a few moments, the night was over.
Blossoms were warming up for their big show in London the following night, no doubt wondering if the crowd in the capital would be any better than those in Sussex.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/23170606.blossoms-live-review-brighton/?ref=rss Rated: Blossoms at Brighton Dome on Friday 2nd December 2022