Bat For Lashes

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BAT FOR LASHES is rated 4.25 out of 5 by 8.
  • 2016-05-25T09:45CST
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What people are saying about Bat For Lashes

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Natasha's voice was amazing!!! I went to the Sheffield cathedral bat for lashes performance . Firstly Natasha's voice was amazing , secondly the venue really added to atmosphere and the drama of the songs and her performance . Loved how she talked through her songs and it was my first time seeing bat for lashes , I've been wanting to years and I was grateful I saw her
Date published: 2016-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic... I can't even describe the words to seeing Bat For Lashes as I saw her last time when she was playing at Manchester Cathedral but everything matched upto being a Masterpiece - The Venue - The Performance - PLUS it was a No phone concert so no people blocking your view with there phones! You Need to See BAT FOR LASHES
Date published: 2016-05-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The Bride at Manchester Cathedral As a massive fan I drove 5 hours from Devon to Manchester to see and hear The Bride at Manchester cathedral. She was on top form as usual and I loved the new music, however the evening was spoilt by having to wait 2 hours for the band to come on stage. There was background choral music while we waited but no support act so we were stood on the same spot for 2 hours staring at a stage. My friend with a bad back had to go and sit on the floor. Couldn't even move because it was so tightly packed and being short I couldn't risk losing my place where I could just about see the stage. The stage needed to be much higher. Also we were asked to respect the cathedral as God's house and not to drop cans on the floor, there were plenty of bins. When the gig ended I was so appalled to see cans and sticky coke and lager all over the beautiful cathedral floor. Shame on those fans who were so disrespectful! by the way I picked up your cans for you and put them in the bin, I hope Natasha and her team read this post so they can how disrespectful some of her fans are and I'd also like an explanation on why we kept waiting so long.
Date published: 2016-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Atmospheric, intimate gig - beautiful! A lovely, intimate show. Natasha's beautiful voice and her band filled the church with the new concept album, and pleased the crowd with some old favourites at the end.
Date published: 2016-05-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from as expected always awkward to judge when new material hasn't been released didn't like venue no atmosphere towards side and back of hall i will make sure i arrive early next time to have a head on view
Date published: 2016-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stunning show ❤️ Excellent show! Natasha was amazing ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Manchester cathedral was the perfect venue
Date published: 2016-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brilliant gig Very classy lady with an amazing voice. I have been a fan of her for years.
Date published: 2016-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Powerful singing and captivating performance Natasha performed a set of 16 songs lasting 75 minutes supported by two keyboard players and drummer; she herself played keyboard/omnichord on several tracks and guitar on others, and for some she just sang. I’ve now seen Natasha perform on three occasions and she’s been utterly captivating every time. The first part of this set was challenging, both for her and the audience, in that the first nine items were from her yet to be released The Bride cd, and only three of them were familiar. This difficulty was compounded by the serious, if not rather sombre mood and content of the new songs and Natasha introducing Never Forgive the Angels, for example, by saying, “This is where it gets dark”. The new songs were listened to respectfully and warmly applauded but Natasha’s unease was perhaps reflected in her introduction to If I Knew, a solo item for which she accompanied herself on keyboard, saying, “I’m nervous about the next one. I hope I don’t fxxx up.” Natasha looked stunning with her black shoulder-length hair and vivid red dress. At one point she thanked those in the audience who had taken up her suggestion to dress for the occasion, saying, “I’m so pleased so many of you have dressed up. We’ll give marks out of 10 later.” And towards the end of The Bride set, with her back to the audience, she enthusiastically threw a small bouquet of flowers over her head saying, “I’ve never done this before!” It was after the short break at the end of The Bride songs that the gig truly came to live. First Natasha sang Laura beautifully and then, after a Carpenters’ cover, she said to the audience “Time now to get your hips moving!” and she sang 5 songs from her past repertoire. She was totally relaxed and confident, engaging more with the audience, moving around the stage with great effect, and her powerful, crystal clear voice sounded majestic in the wonderful vibrant acoustic of the cathedral. The highlight was Marilyn in which her energy, vitality, and exuberant enjoyment of performance were just wonderful.
Date published: 2016-05-20
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