Bombay Bicycle Club, Rae Morris and Flyte

So on Sunday I had an amazing night. I was really worried about going to this gig on days leading up to it as I was going on my own (my other friends don’t really share my music taste but I decided to go anyway) I’m so glad I did! It was at Cardiff Uni’s SU, so not far from me it would have been a real shame to miss it!

First up was Flyte, a new band from London – I liked their music and they were really nice people – when they had finished I got one of them over for a chat and for them to sign their lil card thing. They had a mix of upbeat dance to songs and also a few deeper ones.

Next was Rae Morris, her voice is so impressive and so is her hair! Serious girl crush going on! I’ve heard of her before through a friend but never really listened that much.

Flyte and Rae Morris

Finally Bombay Bicycle Club came on – they were just brilliant. They also had a really cool backdrop – featuring their circles they are using in their promotional stuff. Each song had a different animation going on in the background which was really fascinating to watch, and when I couldn’t see the actual band (as people who know me I am rather vertically challenged and obviously ended up behind some tall people like normal) it gave us something else to watch. They played a really good mix of old and new songs and added a cool twist with some brass instruments, and as I love saxophones anyway it made it so much better! I said I wouldn’t buy a tshirt if it was expensive like they usually are but I just couldn’t help myself.. I don’t think anyones going to see me wear anything different for a while haha!
Bombay Bicycle Club

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