Rated 4 out of
Great band in a small atmospheric venue
We love White and we had come up from Brighton for this gig. We arrived towards the end of the support act and were concerned at how packed it was - we'll never see anything, we thought - but fortunately people moved away from the stage during the break and we were able to get closer. The one thing that disappointed was that the sound for Leo's vocals seemed to be turned up too high. There was some distortion and a general lack of clarity to the band's sound. Overall it didn't spoil our enjoyment of the gig, though, and we definitely think it's great to support small venues like this.
Date published: 2018-02-12
Rated 5 out of
Another fantastic performance by Avalanche Party
AVALANCHE PARTY set the bar for their upcoming tour with this intimate gig. A really passionate perfomance from these Yorkshire lads, lead singer parted the crowd with just a look as he climbed onto the bar mid song.
Date published: 2018-02-08
Rated 5 out of
Poignant intimate gig
I always forget how small Sneaky Pete's is until I'm there. It makes for a romantic and intimate music venue, and ultimately a really special Saturday night.
This was the first time I'd seen or heard of Annie Booth and I was very impressed. Her singing ability was way beyond her years. Likewise Tom Joseph was a pleasure to see for the first time. Both support acts had unique voices, but similar folk/ rock music styles.
King Creosote was incredible. He played his beautiful pieces on his accordion and they merged seamlessly with one another. Listening to King Creosote was very moving (as usual), but in the setting of Sneaky Pete's the whole experience was far more personal.
Date published: 2018-02-04