9 Jul 2011

Arctic Monkeys Perform at London’s Roundhouse

Author: katy | Filed under: Music News

Arctic Monkeys’ six years of amazing musical victory showed on Thursday night, during their phenomenal performance. Now, with the band promoting their 4th album, it is clear to see that the arctic monkeys have grown in confidence but also as musicians.

Last night’s moderately small gig was part of the iTunes Festival and went down a treat. The Roundhouse truly was the perfect location for the Arctic Monkey’s gig as it provided mosh-pit heaven where every dance move had a connection to the music being performed.

Their second album, 2007’s ‘Favourite Worst Nightmares’, deservedly had a fair share of the set, with ever popular ‘Fluorescent Adolescent’ virtually raising the circular roof.

Well-known but timeworn tunes such as ‘I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor’ were expecting less recognition as their music has come so far since 2006, but the audience jumped in to shake it back to life! The emotive pinnacle arose when the crowd grasped ‘When the Sun Goes Down’ and sang it with wholehearted supremacy and excitement, leaving the band to play accompaniment.

The Arctic Monkeys recently released their fourth album ‘Suck It and See’, which bragged no less than eight tunes from the twenty strong set and each gaining instantaneous affection from the fans.

On a humid night in London’s busy streets, the packed house showed the fan’s devotion with word-perfect vocals, passionate moshing and lots of perspiration. A great end as the jam-packed Roundhouse trailed into London’s heated atmosphere, gloomy it was over but a skip in their step.

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