The majesty of the spiegeltent encased Katie Noonan and her new band The Captains. The audience each felt like they were alone with the band, it was a very intimate experience. The band, through their music stole your complete attention, it was as if you didn’t even want to look away, in case you missed something.
Although I can’t claim to be an expert on Katie, I did recognise a few tracks off her latest album Emperor’s Box. The critics were right, it’s a stunning album, even better live. However my favourite track was the one which was accompanied by the Wheatsheaf Ukulele Collective. The strange but eerily settling noise of the ukulele is one that is not heard enough. Combined with the bands substantial talent and Noonan’s heavenly voice, it was a near perfect show.
Kryztoff Rating 4K
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