Amber Run delivered a high energy set, which saw frontman, Joe Keogh, finish on the floor.
The moment that the guys took to the stage, the roar of the crowd was deafening. Noise filled the venue, not just from the impeccably tight performance from the band, but from the audience singing every single word to their anthemic indie pop hits. The volume from start to finish was insane, enveloping and capturing you through the songs; be them from the joyous and euphoric debut album or the raucous and emotive follow up.
A highlight was crowd-favourite, ‘Noah’, enjoyed with the same passion that it was given.
Admitting that there was a time that they almost quit music; in that room, at that moment, it was clear that they made the best decision. What a loss we would have suffered.
Photos by Rory Barnes
Words by HQ