Coldplay – The o2 Arena – 16.06.16

Ugh. COLDPLAY! What can I even say? I’ve always loved Coldplay, growing up ‘Viva La Vida’ was one of my favourite songs. My brother used to make fun of me for listening to the band at a time when it wasn’t cool to listen to Coldplay. The band had a reputation for making really sad songs, but I couldn’t get enough. Between ‘Fix You’, ‘Paradise’ … Continue reading Coldplay – The o2 Arena – 16.06.16

Charlie Puth – KoKo Camden – 23.05.16

Suffer is one of the sexiest songs I’ve ever heard. I’ve always enjoyed Charlie’s music, his version of See You Again, We Don’t Talk Anymore (why wasn’t Selena in the video?) and the majority of Nine Track Mind – his debut album. His music is easy listening and he has a powerful, sultry voice. The first time I heard Suffer, I changed my music setting … Continue reading Charlie Puth – KoKo Camden – 23.05.16

Troye Sivan – o2 Academy Kentish Town – 21.04.16

I love Troye Sivan. I remember the first time I heard his voice, I was at work and ‘Youth’ came up on an Apple Music suggested playlist. I felt immediately connected to his voice and downloaded Blue Neighbourhood in its entirety to listen to, it quickly became my go-to work album when things became stressful and I needed to zone out. As soon as I … Continue reading Troye Sivan – o2 Academy Kentish Town – 21.04.16

Foals – SSE Arena Wembley – 16.02.16

Let me start off by saying I will gladly go to any gig I am invited to but looking back I was definitely lured here under false pretences. My flatmate was a massive fan of the Foals, she bought two tickets and gave one to me so she wouldn’t have to go alone, this I didn’t mind at all, I’m all for new experiences. I … Continue reading Foals – SSE Arena Wembley – 16.02.16

Hozier – o2 Academy Brixton – 30.01.16

I kicked of 2016 in style, it really doesn’t get better than Hozier in Brixton. His self-titled debut album was my autumn to winter soundtrack, melancholy tones and raw emotion is literally all you need when leaves are falling from the trees and there are more turtlenecks around than in Love Actually. I bought two standing tickets to spend and evening with Hozier and went … Continue reading Hozier – o2 Academy Brixton – 30.01.16

James Bay – o2 Academy Brixton – 01.10.15

I can’t believe this was in 2015, it feels like only yesterday. People always ask me who my favourite artist I’ve seen live is and although it’s extremely difficult to choose, James Bay is a solid contender. Let It Go quickly became one of those songs that gives me life, Chaos and the Calm would be one of the albums I’d take with me to … Continue reading James Bay – o2 Academy Brixton – 01.10.15

One Direction – The Roundhouse – 25.09.15

I was never a Directioner until I was. I can’t pinpoint the exact moment I decided to take the band seriously but I think it had something to do with Harry’s transformation from boy to bae – a musician with long hair will do that to a girl! I will never forget the feeling I had when I got an email to say I’d won … Continue reading One Direction – The Roundhouse – 25.09.15