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Corella

Corella – Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth

The energy at The Wedgewood Rooms in Portsmouth was electric as music enthusiasts gathered to witness the sensational performances of Corella and The Kairos. With Corella headlining the show and The Kairos supporting, the night was set to be an unforgettable experience. Although this was not a sell-out show, the room became more and more crowded and were buzzing with excitement, ready for the first act.

The Kairos, from Liverpool, kicked off the night with a strong beat that instantly caught the attention of the audience. It was clear that The Kairos had a dedicated fanbase present; several audience members could be seen singing along passionately to every lyric, a testament to the band’s growing popularity. With each upbeat track, The Kairos further captivated the audience, leaving them wanting more. The band wrapped up the set, asking who would be seeing them at the upcoming Golden Touch Festival at the same venue. The resounding cheers suggested that many were already marking their calendars for another round of The Kairos’ infectious indie-rock vibes.

The Kairos

As the crowd waited eagerly for the headline act, members of the audience, proudly displaying Corella T-shirts, showed the band’s devoted following. When Corella took the stage, they were met with loud applause. They wasted no time and dove straight into their hits, “Puppets” and “Caught Up”. Starting with these slightly older songs was a great choice, as the familiar beats and catchy melodies had the entire venue dancing, creating an atmosphere of sheer joy and fun.

One of the highlights of Corella’s performance was the introduction of a track from their latest album, “Head Underwater”. This song was a perfect fit for a live show, with its opening lines encouraging audience participation before the music exploded into life. However, it was the performance of their most popular track, “Bloom”, that truly stole the show. The crowd erupted with energy, creating a lively atmosphere filled with joy and excitement. Midway through the song, a mosh pit opened up in the centre of the room as the crowd jumped along and danced together.

Throughout the remainder of their set, Corella seamlessly blended songs from their latest album, “Once Upon a Weekend”, with beloved classics from their earlier discography. The evening came to a wonderful conclusion with “Barcelona”, a song that exuded a relaxed summer vibe, providing a perfect ending to a fantastic night of music and entertainment. The audience left the venue with a deep sense of satisfaction and a newfound appreciation for the talents of Corella and The Kairos.

Corella

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