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A Day To Remember, live in London

Live Review

Venue: Camden Barfly, London

ADTR headline the tiny Barfly

Last time A Day To Remember were in London they headlined the massive Alexandra Palace to thousands of screaming fans but tonight they're playing the most intimate of intimate shows at the 200-capacity Barfly in Camden – and this is what happened...

Tonight's Crowd Are Beyond Stoked

Winners from TeamRock, magazines, TV, radio and most impressively a scavenger hunt held by the band (that included members of the band physically giving fans tickets at Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and vocalist Jeremy McKinnon doing the same at Platform 9¾ from Harry Potter) are all buzzing. As people enter, the amount of “OMG!” and reaching for their camera phones tells it’s own story.

The Songs Make The Show Tonight

From the big budget House Party shows to early days when the band would throw out toilet rolls into the crowd, ADTR have always understood the meaning of putting on a show, but in this tiny environment and with a crowd that sing every syllable, the songs are the star of the show tonight. Opening with The Downfall Of Us All is outrageous, Have Faith In Me could melt an ice cube’s heart (or even Ice Cube’s heart) and the sing-alongs all night are full of passion from the stage and the scrum down front. It’s breathtaking how many great songs this band have amassed in just a decade of existence.

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