The duo that make up Blood Red Shoes took to the stage to warm up the crowd before the much anticipated Fratellis came on. With a punk inspired set, the two were full of energy and put on a fabulous show, with solo drum beats and rocky guitar riffs. The band also have quite a electronic atmosphere to their music, which seemed popular with the crowd.
Then it was time for The Fratellis to come on and face the sold out show at Kelvingrove Bandstand – on a slightly chilly night in true Scottish fashion. Starting off with hit song ‘Henrietta’, the crowd rushed off their seats and to the barrier to dance and sing along, which was a great start to the show and helped warm everyone up.
With the trees lit up behind the stage and lots of colourful lights on stage, both the performance and music aspect were amazing and I have nothing to fault them on. The band were great at showing their appreciation for the fans in the crowd and had a lot of interaction and dancing about too (although that was probably to keep warm).