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Anyone want one for face value? A friends just dropped out.
Surprised there's not more excitement on the board.
Anyone seen times anywhere? Gruff Rhys and Jenny and Johnny! Guessing J & J must be on at 7ish.
Jenny and Jonny on at 6:45. Then Gruff Rhys. And then TWO HOURS of Bright Eyes!!
Oh and a few more tickets just gone onsale according to BE's twitter http://www.royalalberthall.com/tickets/bright-eyes/default.aspx
Knew I could rely on you! Two Hours, wow, I'm going to be in heaven.
Three times this year. Yes!!!
Starts at 730 on the tickets
I hope Sean's wrong, I don't want to miss anything but I can't be there before about 7.15.
May well be interested
Message me if interested. I'm going to be there about 7:30, can't get there any earlier I'm afraid.
2 hours of bright eyes will be heaven
that was absolutely phenomenal, can't think of a gig i've enjoyed more than that in a long long time. absolutely amazing
'Poison Oak' was incredible!
If he'd played 'Haligh' it would have been my perfect setlist.
Did the first few rawk-out songs with all the blippy lights make anyone else thinking of Smashing Pumpkins?
There were points that were almost transcendental. Poison Oak, Landlocked, Ladder Song, Approximate Sunlight. All absolutely stunning.
Light show was amazing, sound was probably better further back (I was pretty much on the barrier in the center). But the atmosphere in that room just couldn't have been more intimate despite the huge size.
during the pre final verse musical interlude of poison oak, seemed like a communal expression of joy that seemed to well up out of nowhere, normally that kind of reaction. Only happend during the opening notes of a band playing their biggest hit quite surprised.
I think the bit in old soul song where you think the song is about to climax but then holds off for a couple bars may be my favourite bit of all music.
it was a great show, only bad thing is they seem so slick now, the alternating between shakey spoken and screaming doesnt seem that spontaneous as when ive seen them before seemed more like just an effect he engages, but cant complain with a set list like that
I thought it was on the line 'And let the poets, cry themselves to sleep'? It was a beautiful moment
I may be remembering wrong, hopefully a bootleg will crop up on the blamonet bright eyes board
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUZFw18YYf0 (2 minutes in)
The average female Bright Eyes fan is absolutely slamming
By herself it seemed
Nice writing mate