LIVE Review: Miles Kane @ Rescue Rooms Nottingham- 10/10/19
Miles Kane gigs are notoriously good fun. I went to see him play an intimate, yet rowdy show in Nottingham's Rescue Rooms as part of his new tour.
|Photo credit: James Kelly|
Rescue Rooms is across the road from the Nottingham Trent University campus (my old haunt) so I was expecting a mostly student audience, however the crowd was a mixture of ages and people.
Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard, who I've wanted to catch live for a while, were supporting.
I'm so glad I got there early to see their performance because they were spectacular! They had a definite 70's sound, so I can see why Miles chose them as his support act. They have a similar vibe.
They played self-proclaimed "fan favourite," 'John Lennon Is My Jesus Christ' amongst other bops.
Then, a newly blonde Miles Kane took to the stage. It was fantastic to see him in a more intimate setting; a real treat. He played the energetic title track from his latest album, 'Coup De Grace' and songs 'Can You See Me Now?' and 'Telepathy'.
His sound is retro and so very cool. His 'Coup De Grace' was mostly written with pal Jamie T and parts of it with Lana Del Rey.
Next for Miles Kane? He's supporting Liam Gallagher on his UK and Ireland arena tour. Be sure to catch his live performances!