|Fever Fever wishing you a |
very Merry Christmas!
Lilith was first on stage with her gypsy influenced folk music which filled us all with comfort and joy. Transept then brought some magic with an air of mystery mixed with an ambient beat. It was then left to Follow Your Heart to declare that you should follow your heart if you are a talking head or if you are young and full of life!
It was now time for the headliners Fever Fever to take to the stage bringing all their energy and anger as they made a statement to change the world. The whole auditorium was filled with a barrage of noise. The trio made up of Rosie Arnold, James "Smit" Smith and Ellie Jones with their short sharp songs leave you breathless as an aural whirlwind seems to mix up all your senses.
I highly recommend that you check out The Bloodless EP with a tracklisting of Bloodless, Static, Butcher's Shop, Mouth House and Black Lung. It's a damn good listen as Fever Fever carry on a long tradition of Norwich Art Punk bands.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone! Many thanks to Norwich Arts Centre for putting on loads of brilliant gigs in 2010. Here's looking forward to many more in 2011.