Don Broco – Live Review – O2 Academy – Leeds 18/02/2018 67 Don Broco - Live Review - O2 Academy - LeedsDon Broco - Live Review - O2 Academy Leeds 2018-02-185.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (1 Vote) The almighty Don Broco have arrived on the next stop of their UK tour in Leeds tonight. As Saturday nights go, this was one fine way to spend the night in a room of like minded fans watching one of their favourite bands take the stage. Press to Meco are first up tonight and played to the crowds still coming into the venue. With great crowd interaction throughout the set they even opened up the floor to entertain a mosh pit and a circle pit with monkey impressions. The trio were not phased by the smaller crowd and gave energy throughout. Yonaka was up next and after a long intro took the stage. Front woman Teresa pulled your attention as she commanded the stage with confidence. Backed up by her bassist and guitarist this is a band that knows how to work a stage. The crowd was memorized as they played through hits such as “God’s and Lovers* and “Run”. The room goes dark and it’s time for Don Broco. Opening the set with “Pretty” and this crowd went wild. From this point on every single song played tonight was sung by the crowd. These were some serious fans out tonight. Continuing through the set with “Everybody” and “What You Do To Me”, the crowd got wilder and wilder. Front man Rob Damiani was superb in interacting with the crowd. At any moment he could he would speak to the fans who were so excited to see this band tonight. He would go from singling people out in the pit, to talking to the back of the room. He opened up mosh and circle pits as well as took a photo of the crowd. The great moment from Damiani was dedicating “Porkies” off their latest album “Technology” to the fan who brought an inflatable pig to the show which was made to headbang above the crowd. The band played a mixture of tracks throughout the set including heavier tracks such as “Fire” and more dancing tracks like “Automatic”. With the mix came songs New and old going all the way back to “Thug Workout” and for only the second time this tour “Greatness”. As the set came to an end, the band played “Nerve” and “Money, Power Fame” which saw the crowd at its loudest. Coming back for the encore there was only 2 tracks that could be played. Starting with their latest single “Come Out To LA” which saw the crowd singing more than Damiani himself. The final track was “The T-shirt Song” which upon its opening chords saw fans throughout the room with their t-shirts in the air ready for the lyrics “I take my t-shirt off/ wave it around my head”. As the song finished it was time to end the night no doubt to the disappointment of these fans. It was a night of truly great music from all three bands but the headliners tonight Don Broco played a show that was as memorable as it was entertaining. Review – Emmie Ellis https://www.facebook.com/donbroco/ https://rocknloadmag.com/news/don-broco-release-brand-new-video-t-shirt-song/ Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related One Response Paul Eynstone 31/08/2018 Good evening Hope all is good with you. Just a quick email to introduce you to my new act, Lake Acacia along with their new video for recent single, Hold Fast and we’d love to know what you and Rock n Load readers think. We are all extremely excited for this release and we hope you like it. Any support you can offer would be very much appreciated. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afryE89k0OA Lake Acacia Bio Meet Lake Acacia: Adam//Tim//Joe. LAKE ACACIA are an alt-rock band hailing from Banbury consisting of Adam Budd, Tim Groethe and Joe Homer. Having formed in 2016, Lake Acacia’s music has gained exposure from the likes of BBC Introducing with comparisons to Royal Blood, Don Bronco and Muse. Previous gigs include venues, O2 Academy, Oxford and Birmingham; The Fleece, Bristol; Also Known As, Banbury and The Bullingdon, Oxford. Expect heavy riffs and delicate three part harmonies. Next Shows: 7th September – O2 Institute Birmingham 25th October – The Jericho, Oxford Autumn Tour dates coming soon Social: https://www.facebook.com/lakeacacia Thanks for taking the time to listen, We hope you like it. We are available for interviews and If you need any additional info or media, please do let me know. Best Paul Lake Acacia Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.