On March 19th, Half Alive headlined a sold out show at HERE at Outernet, London supported by WizTheMc on the Conditions of a Punk Tour. Their set was wildly inventive, starting the show with a sheet held up and the lead’s silhouette backlit through the first two songs. The evening’s setlist was divided into seasons beginning with summer, ending with spring each season reflected accurately with the songs, lighting and choreography. Through the show the songs are carried by two dancers and the lead singer, Josh Taylor who at times would join in. A highlight of the evening was when Dodie, a singer songwriter known online as doddleoddle, surprised the audience and joined the band onstage to sing their newly released version of ‘Nobody’. They also performed their recently released song ‘Beige’ and a cover of Phil Collin’s ‘Stranger Like Me’. Overall, the show was beautifully staged and arranged and definitely a band to look out for in the future.
Find out more on Half Alive’s official website
Article by Kai Wyeth
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