THE NIGHT CAFÉ // KING TUT'S WAH WAH HUT, GLASGOW

THE NIGHT CAFÉ BRING THEIR UK TOUR TO GLASGOW'S KING TUT'S. WITH SUPPORT FROM PARIS YOUTH FOUNDATION

THE NIGHT CAFÉ PERFORMING AT GLASGOW'S KING TUT'S WAH WAH HUT - 04.02.2018
PICTURE BY: KRISTEN BRODIE PHOTOGRAPHY

★★★★☆

Indie rock band 'The Night Café' from Liverpool gave an amazing performance to a packed out King Tut's Wah Wah Hut on Sunday night, with support from Paris Youth Foundation. 5-piece band 'Paris Youth Foundation' got the crowd warmed up and bouncing along to some catchy indie tunes before the main act took to the stage. The band performed with great energy and excitement as they danced about the stage, taking full advantage of the jam-packed venue of energetic fans.

Then, 'The Night Café' took to the stage. The band emerged out of darkness into a room of screaming fans, ready to perform their first tune. The band played some smooth basslines, funky guitar riffs and drum beats which were all very pleasing to the ears. There was a strong chemistry between the band members as they looked at each other and smiled multiple times throughout the night, appreciating all the fans that sang their tunes back to them word for word.  They played a mixture of old and new songs, one of which is due to be released in April time.

Towards the end of the gig, the band got the crowd to form a big circle as they chanted "here we f**kin go" in anticipation waiting for the music to pick up. As the beat dropped the crowd went daft, screaming out the lyrics to the popular indie rock tunes, with camera phones and arms flying everywhere. It's clear the crowd were huge fans and very committed to the band. At the end of the performance as The Night Café walked off stage, the audience began to chat "one more tune" in desperation for a couple more songs before the night ended. This was the bands second last night of the tour and aimed to make it amazing – which they didn't fail to achieve. There was a buzzing atmosphere from start to finish, ending in some very smiley faces leaving the famous venue at the end of the night.

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REVIEW + PHOTOS BY: KRISTEN BRODIE PHOTOGRAPHY