With the aid of a very willing crowd, they powered through their high energy set.
"Sea Girls' confidence enveloped the room from the moment they graced the stage." Kessie Bartlett and Philip Hiscocks review Sea Girls at The Fleece.
"The Spook School have always been a band that go the extra mile." Elliott Simpson reviews. Photos by Grace Fitton-Assinder and Paul Assinder.
Quantic is so well-travelled that his work resonates with a global energy, which he brought to Trinity this week. Kelly Jobanputra reviews. Photos by Dominka Scheibinger.
Oh Sees are a sonic assault and a sight to be seen. Wielding their 2018 album, 'Smote Reverser', they hit the O2 Academy. Jeff Oram was there.
With Farmfest back we were there to snap up some of the action, highlights from day one included Awaken The Silence, Public Service Broadcasting and Brassroots.
It's a funny old world (often more 'funny peculiar' than plain amusing) but Hippo Campus at SWX made it a lot more bearable. Photoset by Callum O'Keefe.
"Leopallooza has always dared to give you acts that you're likely to be glad you saw close-up here first." Jon Kean reviews. Photos by Matthew Hawkey.
Ross Jones and Rowan Allen capture the "sleazy joy" of Insecure Men live at Thekla, the subtle sounds of their new album still laced with underlying menace and disquiet.
MONEY and Ardyn joined the 'Boy King' stars for a show at Motion.