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PostSubject: UK Headline Tour 2011   Mon Oct 10, 2011 1:06 am

Support came from Dangerous!, The Xcerts and Every Avenue.

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SEPTEMBER 9, 2011
Aberdeen Lemon Tree

SEPTEMBER 10, 2011
Glasgow QMU

SEPTEMBER 11, 2011
Inverness Ironworks

SEPTEMBER 12, 2011
Newcastle Northumbria University

SEPTEMBER 14, 2011
Manchester Academy 2

SEPTEMBER 15, 2011
Birmingham HMV Institute

SEPTEMBER 16, 2011
London HMV Forum

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PostSubject: Re: UK Headline Tour 2011   Tue Oct 11, 2011 9:43 pm

Aberdeen Show Review

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It’s not often gigs of this scale find their way to Aberdeen since the loved Moshulu closed down, so when you look outside and see a long queue of excited punters, it gives you a good feeling for what lies ahead. Young Guns, haven’t played a show in the UK since Download Festival, instead being holed up on the other side of the world recording a follow up to their critally acclaimed debut album All Our Kings Are Dead. Just one peek at the bands playing before them and it’s easy to see why the English rock group are nervous to make their return to the club circuit.

A band who aren’t in the slightest bit nervous are Dangerous!. They take to the stage with the confidence you would expect from much more experienced bands and the young Aussies, match it with a solid slabs of punk tinged rock. It’s not the kind of band the many would have been expecting but their exuberance onstage (and off, in vocalist Tommy’s case) turns heads. Songs such as ‘Not One Of You’ and recent single ‘Movers & Shakers’ sound just as gritty onstage as they do on record, and they’re delivered with a swagger which would suggest the band are perfectly at home here in Aberdeen. It’s great to see a band who don’t take themselves too seriously, and one feels it is an attribute which will see Dangerous! go far. ( 8 )

Americans Every Avenue are no stranger to playing shows in the UK and this experience shines through when the quintet have to play through a set plagued with sound difficulties. It’s not easy for the guys, but as the set goes on, the quality picks up and the crowd begin to feed off of the band’s feel good songs; such the opener from their latest album ‘Tie Me Down’. The set list is boasts many accessible songs from both their recent album Bad Habits and its predecessor Picture Perfect, and the balance keeps things nice and fresh right up to the finale in ‘Tell Me I’m A Wreck’. Things could have been better if the sound quality wasn’t dire at times, but it’s far from a shambles. ( 7 )

The Xcerts are one of the finest bands to escape the confinements of the Aberdeen music scene, so it’s no surprise that the room is packed by the time the band take to the stage for their homecoming show. One criticism that has been aimed at the band in the past is their arguably poor setlist choice (maybe a bit heavy on more obscure songs), but this can’t be said for tonight’s choices. The band open up with the punchy ‘Do You Feel Safe?’ before ripping in to ‘Scatterbrain’, followed by some of the band’s most popular tracks from their latest album, particularly ‘Slackerpop’. The band are perhaps stick out a little bit tonight but they have enough about them to grab the attention of those who wouldn’t normally buy a ticket to such a performance. You can perhaps put this down to the many diverse support slots they have gained over the course of 2011 (in particular, Taking Back Sunday), but watching the band on stage it’s quite a simple formula. These guys are having fun, and are quite simply riding the wave of good fortune that 2011 has brought them. A successful homecoming show in many respects. ( 9 )

It can’t be easy headlining a show with such great bands playing below you on the bill, but as Young Guns take to the stage and burst into ‘Elements’, it quickly becomes apparent that the band have upped their game. They have a completely different aura when compared to those who graced the stage before them. There’s a degree of determination etched on the face of frontman Gustav Wood as he commands the crowd from both the stage and the barrier, so much so that it’s difficult not to be totally absorbed in the performance. He has the crowd in the palm of his hand, which he utilises well when he orders them to sing along to new song ‘Bones’ and the anthemic ‘Crystal Clear’. Young Guns have the songs and the persona to wrap up a fantastic evening of live music as they blast through the powerful ‘Weight Of The World’ before giving their heartfelt gratitude to those who have stuck around. You could say tonight was a triumphant success, but did you really expect any different? You could argue that Young Guns sound is one that would be more suited to bigger stages, however if tonight is anything to go by these guys look perfectly at home in smaller surroundings. ( 8 )

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PostSubject: Re: UK Headline Tour 2011   Tue Oct 11, 2011 11:13 pm

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Live review: Young Guns, Northumbria University, Newcastle

By ALEX TEALE
Published on Wednesday 14 September 2011 17:57

POST-hardcore five-piece Young Guns, from High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, are perhaps the leading lights in the new wave of British rock bands.

Since their conception three years ago, they have toured with such giants as Bon Jovi and All Time Low, shared stages with legends such as Guns ‘N’ Roses and Queens Of The Stone Age at every major festival going, and been been lauded and féted by music magazines including Kerrang! and Rocksound.

This run of shows is a goodbye to the touring cycle for their debut album, All Our Kings Are Dead, which was released last year.

As frontman Gustav Wood told the crowd: “We wouldn’t be here tonight without it.”

In truth, it is quite a fabulous album, with hard rock leanings meshed with haunting landscapes, all finished off with Wood’s poetic lyrics and rhyming couplets – think a breezier Lostprophets or 30 Seconds To Mars, with more guitar riffs.

For me, it was definitely one of the albums of last year.

This tour is a reward for the faithful, with new studio output in the pipeline for release soon, so tonight merely marks the start of a new beginning.

Things could have gone badly for this show; outside hurricane-style weather is ravaging Newcastle, and there’s perhaps a bit too much room to swing your arms around in the venue tonight (it being only maybe two-thirds full).

It means when the band do hit the stage, for a minute it seems the wind outside really has blown the energy out of everyone in the room.

That it comes down is due to vocalist Wood grasping the crowd into the palm of his hands with recent hit Stitches, and from then on it was like this party really was cooking on gas.

The riffs of DOA, the gang vocals on Sons Of Apathy, the frenzied guitarwork of the Taylor brothers on Daughter Of The Sea – every song was a highlight.

The haunting After The Way and full throttle of Crystal Clear paved the way for the grand finale of Weight Of The World, which left the whole room breathless.

All Our Kings might be dead, but Young Guns certainly aren’t.

Long live the kings!

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Review: Young Guns, Northumbria University

THE gales were howling round the North East - but in the centre of Newcastle a storm of a very different kind was being whipped up.

Young Guns were back in town and they were ready to rock.

The audience at Northumbria University Students’ Union had already been well warmed up by Dangerous!, The Xcerts and, in particular, American band Every Avenue.

But the numbers began to swell as the time loomed for Young Guns to take to the stage.

In fact the most deserted spots were closest to the bar thanks, no doubt, to the beer being £3.75 a pint. In a students’ union!

However there was no doubting the value for money provided by the quadruple bill and singer Gustav Wood and his fellow Young Guns were on the money in the headline slot.

We were treated to a high-energy set of good old fashioned guitar rock. Think a little bit of the Buzzcocks mixed in with a helping of Bon Jovi and lashings of Lostprophets. No frills but high on quality.

Crystal Clear, There Will Be Rain and Stitches stood out and there was time for Mr Wood to indulge in a brief spot of crowd surfing - and to his credit he never missed a lyric.

The best was reserved for last and The Weight of the World had the crowd bouncing.

Young Guns are at something of a crossroads. A highly-acclaimed debut album and supporting Bon Jovi are all well and good. Have they got what it takes to move on to the next level?

They just might.

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PostSubject: Re: UK Headline Tour 2011   Wed Oct 12, 2011 12:18 am

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14th September 2011
Manchester Academy 2

For a relatively unknown band (at least here on these fair isles), Aussie mob Dangerous! have an above-respectable crowd at the Manchester Academy this evening. Not that it would matter to them, of course, because this band seem to have the air that they would play to arenas in the same chaotic and frantic manner that they would in a sweaty dive bar. Even this unfamiliar audience are off their feet, jumping right until the point when frontman Tommy Loft dives into the audience and leads a macabre conga of sorts with his microphone aloft. Dangerous! or die indeed.

In the same way, Every Avenue have this sort of, well, fun element about them. Which is high praise indeed for any pop-punk band in such an overcrowded scene. Their raw energy and fan reception shines through even a myriad of sound troubles. There’s a distinct dance-party feel throughout the whole set, especially during opener “Picture Perfect” and the fantastic “Tell Me I’m A Wreck”. It’s a shame that the Detroit five-piece didn’t bring their own competent sound man on tour, as this performance has the potential to make the ground shake – but really, there’s only a tremble felt.

On a personal note, this evening marks the two-year anniversary of the first time I ever saw Young Guns play a show. It was, in case you were wondering, in a support slot at Camden Underworld to maybe around twenty other people. The fact that just seven-hundred-and-thirty days later, they’re headlining to nine hundred people in a packed out hall, is enough to make any person feel immense pride. And shock. There’s definitely an element of that to. Not that I should be surprised, mind, since when they take to the stage with the bone-rattling “Elements” and continue through a repertoire of anthems. They’re tighter than ever as a band, but noticeably, happier than ever. I can only wonder, after seeing the entire crowd sing back “Weight Of The World” in true stadium fashion, where this band will be in another two years time.

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PostSubject: Re: UK Headline Tour 2011   Wed Oct 12, 2011 12:49 am

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The Forum still feels quite spacious when opening act Dangerous! take to the stage, although this doesn’t seem to bother the Aussie mob in the slightest. It’s clear they’re aware that not many of the audience here tonight have heard of them (yet), but their animated set kicks the evening off brilliantly, with people down the front bouncing along eagerly, and even a few nodding heads from the token “crossed-arms brigade” lingering by the bar.

With their original brand of stirring indie rock, three-piece The Xcerts bring a unique and refreshing quality to the evening. Frontman Murray Macleod’s passionate vocals are a highlight, giving the band’s set a certain rawness which lends itself so well to a live setting.

Unfortunately for tonight’s main support act, Every Avenue, luck is not on their side. Only a few songs into their set, guitarist Jimmie Deeghan badly injures his foot. However, this isn’t enough to stop him from playing the show, and after just minute or two, the Detroit pop-punkers continue without further ado. The time that the band spend on stage is thoroughly enjoyable – they are fun, lively, and have the whole crowd jumping and singing along to the wonderfully catchy “Tell Me I’m A Wreck” within a matter of seconds.

Of course, Young Guns are the reason why everyone is here on this particular Friday night at the HMV Forum. This is their biggest headline show to date, and considering that London is also the band’s hometown, it’s no wonder why frontman Gustav Wood looks like he might actually burst with excitement when the five-piece finally appear on the stage.

The band claim the stage as entirely theirs with powerful opener “Elements”, and next song “Sons of Apathy” sees the crowd yelling back the chorus and fist-punching the air enthusiastically. However, what Young Guns really didn’t need tonight, was for the lighting to bomb out just two songs into their set. They depart the stage whilst the venue’s technical staff do their best to resolve the situation, but to no avail. If this was another band, it could be quite possible that they decide to pull the show. But Young Guns are letting nothing ruin this night, and go ahead as planned with some makeshift spotlights. And it’s a very good job that they do, too, because the next 45 minutes or so really showcases how far this band have come, and just how much they deserve to be on that stage. From old favourite “There Will Be Rain” to new song “Bones”, the band’s energy levels never falter, and not once do they break their intense connection with the crowd.

As Young Guns’ set draws to a close with the anthemic “Weight Of The World”, with the whole audience singing so loud that there’s almost no need for any microphones, it’s a wonderful moment to behold. Because on that stage, is an honest, hard-working band who are most definitely on their way to much bigger things. And nothing can stop them now.

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Submitted by Sarah Bargiela on Mon, 09/19/2011

Following the success of their debut All Our Kings Are Dead, London based Young Guns have been recording their new and anticipated album in Thailand. They were back in town for their tour and EF was there too.

Young Guns we have to admit are one of our guilty pleasures cuz not only do they look good on stage they sound good too. Friday night we were surrounded by a crowd of hormonal young women it seemed and we weren’t surprised in the slightest I mean have you seen them? And even though we felt a little inadequate and old we were there for the show once and foremost.

Last time we saw Young Guns it was at their headline show at Garage and the band were on good form but this time it came out with a bang and a powerful sound that resonated in the venue. Once Young Guns were out the crowd went mental and was jumping up and down and singing. The band itself was jumping and was full of energy but not only that; their frontman was also vocally impressive, which made the show much more enjoyable.

Unfortunately for the band their brand new props seemed to fail to work and after only two songs (Elements and Sons Of Apathy) they had to retire backstage to the crows dismay. After a good few minutes the band finally returned and decided to play the show without all their fancy lights to our delight. Fortunately for Young Guns their crowd is dedicated and didn’t care about the wait.

Once the show finally kicked off Young Guns gave their all, songs like Crystal Clear or Winter Kiss got everyone frantically jumping and other songs like Brothers Of Arms and After The War showed just how untameable these guys are.

Young Guns are back in full form and we can only imagine what their new album will have to offer, plenty of good stuff we hope.

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Young Guns – 16/09/11 – HMV Forum, London, Gig Review
By Satvir Bhamra – September 18, 2011

Kicking off the evening were Aussie rockers, Dangerous! Having seen these guys play the Red Bull stage at Sonisphere earlier this year, I knew I was in for a treat. What I really liked about the set, was that the band play as if their lives depend on it. Vocalist Tommy, is brilliant to watch live – I’ve never seen anyone scream like he does!

Up next were The Xcerts. Opening with “Do You Feel Safe?”, the band powered through an amazing half hour set. Playing tracks from the 2009 album, ‘In the Cold Wind We Smile’ and last years ‘Scatterbrain’, fans were treated to an array of material. All tracks were received well by the London crowd. The band were genuniely pleased to be playing London and made this clear by thanking the fans in attendance. “Hurt With Me” concluded the set.

Michigan’s finest, Every Avenue, were next to grace the stage. With their new album ‘Bad Habits’ released earlier in the week, I was really looking forward to checking them out. Halfway through the set, guitarist Jimmie Deeghan, appeared to have broken his foot. What I really admired, was that he carried on playing and finished the set. Even being injured, the songs were pulled off flawlessly and note perfect. Vocalist David Strauchman, kept the crowd going throughout. Highlights were set opener, “Picture Perfect”, “Tie Me Down”, “Fall Apart” and Jimmie playing with a broken foot.

As a teenager, vocalist Gustav Wood, always imagined what it would be like to play The Forum. Tonight this came to fruition. This was the biggest crowd Young Guns have ever performed to. The band played an awesome set start to finish. After being in the studio for a few months, recording the follow up to ’All Our Kings Are Dead’, you could tell the band were eager and pumped to play. Early on, there was a slight technical problem with the stage lights blowing during “Sons of Apathy”, however this was shortly rectified and the band carried on with the rest of the show. Highlights were “Elements”, ”Stitches” and show closer “Weight Of The World”. Young Guns prove that you don’t need a fancy lighting rig to put on a show, just great music. Even with the technical difficulties, Young Guns put on the gig of the year. I look forward to album number 2.

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PostSubject: Re: UK Headline Tour 2011   Wed Oct 12, 2011 2:42 am

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Young Guns - HMV Forum, London - 16th September 2011 (Live Review)

Friday, 23 September 2011
Written by Matthew Williamson

Just over a year ago Young Guns were headlining the Relentless Garage. Since then they’ve done a headline tour last winter, supported All Time Low on their jaunt of the UK and, today, in a culmination of yet another tour, they’re playing to 2,350 people at the HMV Forum in the capital, their biggest headlining show to date.

Dangerous! are just finishing their set as we arrive. The band, personally requested by Young Guns, walk off to warm applause. The quartet from Australia, with their catchy rock hooks and killer anthems are sure to be one of the names to watch, even here, half-way around the world.

ImageThe black sheep of the tour would have to be the The Xcerts (small pic). It’s clear that the crowd aren’t really too sure what to make of the trio from Aberdeen (via Exeter), although there’s definitely some of the audience sporting t-shirts and moving along to the music. The band themselves are impressive. Frontman, Murray Macleod, seems intent on making an impression. The finale of the band's set consists of Macleod howling “hurt with me” at the onlookers, some look a little baffled.

In contrast, American pop-punkers Every Avenue have the whole crowd bouncing up and down. Their set isn’t completely smooth though, their guitarist apparently breaking his foot during the first song. Despite all of the crowd participation their set is slightly lacklustre. Even though vocalist, David Ryan Strauchman, bounces around the stage there’s just the, dare I say it, X Factor missing from the performance to propel it into a memorable half an hour.

There's a buzz in the crowd before the start of the evening’s headliners. The band are one of the fastest rising talents of the UK scene and it doesn’t look like it’ll be long before they’ll be making another step up to headline bigger venues. There is however, a problem clearly evident tonight, right from the outset. The lights aren’t working. The first two songs are played in complete darkness, with only a couple of flashes from the rig desperately trying to kick itself into action.

Due to this technical fault the band depart from the stage just two songs in. Gustav Wood reappears almost ten minutes later to explain that it doesn’t look like they’re going to be able to get it working again but, to the band’s credit, they don’t let it phase them. A couple of lights in the stage wings are turned on and then, after a rather spectacular display of everybody’s cameras flashing in sync, the rest of the band re-joins Wood.

Even without the light show Young Guns are impressive. The teenage audience lap up the energy from the band, and vice versa. It’s obvious why the band are rocketing. Songs such as ‘Crystal Clear' and ‘Winter Kiss’ bring massive sing-a-longs and closing song, ‘Weight of the World’, is an excellent way to round off the evening, with yet more voices from the crowd accompanying Wood.

With a new album due out soon and an ever-growing fanbase, there seems to be no stopping the High Wycombe quintet. You also have to bear in mind that in just over a month this will be home of the shows around the Q Awards, with names like Kaiser Chiefs and Snow Patrol gracing the same stage, as well as the Eastpak Antidote Tour stopping here in November with A Day To Remember. It would therefore be a disservice to call Young Guns the next big thing because, by the looks of tonight, they’re already there.

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PostSubject: Re: UK Headline Tour 2011   Wed Oct 12, 2011 2:47 am

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Young Guns @ Manchester Academy - 14/09/2011

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I first met five-piece Young Guns from High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire at an after party in Camden. Good looking and know how to party, I knew I had to befriend them. Every time I’ve bumped in to bassist Simon Mitchell he has a drink in his hand, my kind of guy! So for a few years we have been schmoozing at the same events and drinking the bar dry backstage at the festivals. But Young Guns have a talent that far surpasses their partying ability, music.

The boys have been busy touring the world with their 2009 EP ‘Mirrors’ and 2010 released album ‘All Our Kings Are Dead’ which peaked at number 3 in the UK Rock album charts. They were on the bill for the 2010 Kerrang tour, nominated for a Kerrang award earlier this year and tonight they are baring their souls on stage for us in Manchester.

The crowd have already been warmed up by Dangerous!, The Xcerts and Every Avenue before Young Guns take to the stage. Singer Gustav Wood walks on stage sporting a new blonde bombshell look, with his piercing blue eyes he is certainly looking more striking than ever. The rest of the band are looking comfortable and confident as they open their set with ‘Elements’. Tonight there is definitely a young crowd and I find myself feeling quite senior but these teenagers have energy I can’t help but envy. They are crashing around with such passion, loving every note of Gus’s harmonies. The set continues with a mix of old and new material. The band have been in Thailand recording their highly anticipated new album and tonight they treat us with two new songs which the crowd lap up. There is also a song from their EP, personally I would have liked a few more from this but their new material is so strong that I can’t blame them for choosing this setlist.

Their set comes to an end and Gus tells the audience that this is the part where they would usually go off stage only to come back on and do an encore. However, tonight the cheeky chappies just want to play on so as not to waste time. How thoughtful of them! Their encore brings treats such as ‘Winter Kiss’ and ‘Weight Of The World’ and the boys are still giving a high energy performance stating “this is one of our favourite shows ever” and I can see why. These boys may be coming to the end of touring their current album but I see huge things on the horizon. With upcoming dates in Australia, Young Guns are on their way to conquering the world – and they have the ability to cope with the weight of it!

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Elements
Sons Of Apathy
D.O.A
Bones (New song)
Stitches
Crystal Clear
After The War
There Will Be Rain
Daughter Of The Sea
Winter Kiss
Brothers In Arms (New song)
Weight Of The World

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PostSubject: Re: UK Headline Tour 2011   Wed Oct 12, 2011 2:58 am

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Live Review: Young Guns – HMV Forum, London - 16/9/11

Artist: Young Guns
Support: Every Avenue, The Xcerts and Dangerous!
Venue: HMV Forum, London
Date: 16th Sept 2011

Dangerous! are crazy. That is the simple way of putting it. They have a massive sound that is matched by their incredible energy on stage. Being the first on stage and really got the crowd going. The lead singer appeared in the crowd in the last song and showed them how to do it.

‘Movers and Shakers’ was a good description of the audience throughout said track. A fast paced hit of pure pure rock music and a great example of what Dangerous! can do; their potential for massive anthem tunes is overwhelming. Dangerous! were a great shout for the first band on this tour because they gave the audience no choice but to move around and go crazy.

The Xcerts seemed to be the calm performers of the gig. This wasn’t a bad thing they still had a huge sound; it was a beautiful blend of distorted guitar and well crafted melodies throughout.

A track from The Xcerts that really stood out from the already high class setlist was ‘Slackerpop’. ‘Slackerpop’ recorded is a song with many effects through out, particularly on the vocal, but the guys played the track justice with every single frill and effect used. Honestly a wonder to watch the raw emotion, energy and effort that was put into the song.

Every Avenue put on an awesome show. There was a huge amount of love for the audience, so much so that even when the guitarist may have broken his foot and could barely stand, he hopped and hobbled for the last four songs. Almost fifteen minutes in total, so that man is a trooper!

Playing songs of their recent album ‘Bad Habits’ , amongst others, Every Avenue proved their talents as performers. The track ‘Fall Apart’ was a great example of this. Beautiful harmonies, perfect drums and unmatched guitar from a crippled guitarist which was played live at a recording quality. What made this more special was it was all done with emotion, so every little harmony or guitar riff from the one legged guitarist, was just incredible.

With the crowd loud and ready, Young Guns came on the stage and from the word go you could tell this was going to be a show of epic proportions. Before even half way through their first song people were moshing and moving. However after the second song there was a pause, we later found out that in fact it was for a light failure of some kind. This did not dampen the crowd or the band’s moods and show cased what a brilliant front man Gustav Wood is.

Even from back stage Gustav was keeping the crowd amused by singing the Pink Panther theme tune, for instance, with constant updates of the situation. The break went on for almost ten minutes in total then the band came out and gave the fans a choice. The show gets cancelled and re scheduled or the show is played in half light. There was no choice really for the fans or the band. Young Guns had come to the HMV Forum to play a show and they were not leaving without blowing the audience away.

Constantly throughout the show Gustav, speaking for the whole band, continued to thank the fans for their support, which is alway nice to hear. Young Guns played an awesome show and were clearly enjoying what they were doing, which very much rubbed off on to the fans watching. There was a point were the crowd were asked to crouch for a few seconds and then jump when the music dropped.
We see seen a lot of late, mostly at festival’s; always a good crowd pleaser.

A song that stood out amongst the array of material in their performance was ‘Crystal Clear’. Being a well known Young Guns song, the band had the crowd going crazy. Gustav also crowd surfed until they couldn’t hold him any more and he appeared to be singing from the floor, which he must get credit for!

The whole performance was top class, despite the lighting problems. Every song and note was perfect. Young Guns are doing great things and will be for a long time to come.

Reviewer: Jonny Duck

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