Clean Bandit: The review

Yesterday, Clean Bandit were in town, and boy did they bring the house down!

A packed O2 Apollo in Manchester welcomed the band along with supporting acts, Jess Glynn and Whilk & Misky equally sending the crowd into a wild frenzy. Jess Glynn, not really needing much of an introduction serenaded the audience with her soulful vocals. Keep your eyes peeled for Whilk and Misky – crazy beats and loving their sound!

As the evening got underway, the Bandit’s themselves hit the stage eloquently introducing an explosion of heavy bass, electronic head bopping beats and of course, it wouldn’t be Clean Bandit without the classical string quartet.

Performing hits from the group’s debut studio album, New Eyes – Jess Glynn performed ‘real love’ on stage with the musical power house sending their fans into a fit of hysteria…

Other tracks included ‘come over’ and going out on an absolute bang, Elisabeth Troy’s vocals on the finishing track ‘show me love’ had the entire arena on their feet.

Wearing all white to match her ultra blonde hair, Grace Chatto and Elisabeth Troy dawned flowing translucent gowns, and yes, the infamous hood also made an impromptu appearance – clearly these girls can move in high heels!

Clean Bandit’s fresh sound is unique and infectiously catchy. They left a lasting impression in Manchester and we sure as hell can’t wait to hear more from them in 2015.

Clean Bandit: The review

Clean Bandit: The review

Clean Bandit: The review

Clean Bandit: The review

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