SUNDARA KARAMA PLAY SOLD OUT 'GLASGOW GARAGE' GIG...
A lot has happened over the past 12 months for Sundara Karma. Back in March last year, I watched the lads perform at a quiet Sneaky Pete’s in Edinburgh. Now - they have embarked on their sold out UK Tour. Oscar, Ally, Dom and Haydn have already been on tour this year, as the main support act for the legends that are Two Door Cinema Club.
Having released their album ‘Youth Is Only Fun in Retrospect’ at the start of the year, which included the smash hit ‘Indigo Puff’ and personal favourite ‘Flame’ the crowd were in full volume, dancing and drinking the night away at what was an incredible show.
Starting the show, the first band on was The Night Café, who were playing their last show of the tour. Big tracks such as ‘You Change with the Seasons’ and ‘Time’ got the crowd going, as the group from Liverpool really know how to put on a show. The group too are working hard, building on their fan base and reputation, heading on their own headline tour, starting in Brighton on the 24th of March, and finishing in Glasgow on the 25th of May. A tour consisting of 14 shows, as well as a summer of festivals such as Live at Leeds and Dot to Dot – the boys will be busy! You can get more info on their tour here – https://www.musicglue.com/thenightcafe/tour-dates/categories/all
Next on was Will Joseph Cook, with his first show of the Sundara Karma tour. Without a doubt, Will is an artists too keep an eye out, if you haven’t already been doing so. He has been on the front cover of DSCVR magazine, he is supporting Alt-J in Dublin on the 11th of July, and is performing at many festivals, such as The Great Escape and Secret Garden Party this summer. Songs such as ‘Sweet Dreamer’ and ‘Take Me Dancing’ got the crowd amped up before Sundara Karma, and he defiantly gained more followers with an energetic and note perfect performance.
Overall, the performance was an indie music dream. Three incredible performances by three great up coming artists, it was a pleasure to shoot and review the show. If you can, try see either of these artists live, you wont regret it.
REVIEW + PHOTOS - RORY BARNES PHOTOGRAPHY
SUNDARA KARMA'S UK TOUR CONTINUES:
*18 FEBRUARY - UNIVERSITY - LEEDS, UK
*19 FEBRUARY - 3SIXTY BAR - READING, UK
*20 FEBRUARY - O2 ACADEMY - LEICESTER, UK
*22 FEBRUARY - WEDGEWOOD ROOMS - PORTSMOUTH, UK
*23 FEBRUARY - UNIVERSITY - CARDIFF, UK
*24 FEBRUARY - O2 SHEPHERD'S BUSH EMPIRE - LONDON, UK