As the show progressed, ‘Moaning Lisa Smile’, possibly the best song on the album completely entranced the audience. As cymbals crashed so did the audience's hands clashing in the air. The band's overall sound resembled Paramore and London Grammar’s hybrid of harmonious vocals and guitar. There were also subtle hints of Biffy Clyro and Royal Blood in the build-ups and explosive choruses.
One of the many highlights of the night were the guitar’s unreal sound, with swift elements to the all girl band Warpaint. The sound was sharp and loud, just as it should be. The bass was present and the drums felt. The band took off with this special presence.
What a way to spend the Easter weekend, Wolf Alice’s style portrayed how dynamic indie music can be, not just the usual pop template but an authentic band jamming and playing instruments passionately both well and with skill. Young and exciting, we can’t wait to hear the next set of albums to come.