On the 12th of March 2018, All Time Low, from Baltimore, New York, allowed a small percentage of people in their early twenties the chance to be swept away in a sea of nostalgia when they played their legendary second album, So Wrong It’s Right from start to finish live at the SEC Centre in Glasgow. From the opening chords of This Is How We Do to the final notes
Caoimhe is the entertainment editor where she focuses mainly on music and live entertainment, mainly reviewing gigs and albums. She also like to look at the politics behind some of the music she writes about as one of my favourite genres of music is punk.
When Belfast based garage-punk-blues band The Bonnevilles released the newest single, “Long Runs The Fox” from their upcoming album, Dirty Photographs, fans gave a sigh of relief that frontman Andy McGibbon and drummer Chris McMullen hadn’t softened and had started enjoying a wee bit of Stereophonics every now and then. I say this because the title track and first single from the album was noticeably more toned down than their