"Blood Honey is a British four-piece indie rock band from Brighton and they were welcomed on stage at St Luke's on a miserable Glasgow evening but the atmosphere inside the venue was anything but miserable. The crowd had steadily filled the venue up over the course of the evening so by the time the main act was ready to come on, it was jam packed and bodies everywhere.
They gathered onstage to a cheering crowd and wasted no time on starting their set, starting off with "I Like The Way You Die" then "All My Pride" and "Beaches". The band hardly stood in the same spot as each member bounced around on stage, engaging with the crowd and giving it their all. The lead singer and guitarist, Izzy Baxter Phillips kept encouraging the crowd to get involved, to sing and dance and mosh as much as they could, which worked because they soon did exactly that.
It was an incredible night and you just cannot beat live music, it is so much better than listening to it digitally. If you haven't heard of this band yet then I highly recommend giving them a listen if you like strong female vocals and incredible guitar and drums."
Review/Photo By: Tyler Sams