Marsicans // Live @ Sound City Review
- Live Reviews
- 6th May 2018
“Sorry we’re late, there was traffic”, was the opening line of the Marsicans set at Hangar 34 on the Saturday of Sound City. Did sitting four hours of traffic from Leeds to Liverpool dampen their spirits? No. The Leeds indie quartet took to the stage with their ultra feel-good style of indie, perfect for a festival like Sound City.
The band’s set was cut short, but Marsicans still brought their A game. 25 minutes of expertly performed indie dance music, littered with perfect vocal harmonies, proved to be a hit with the Liverpool crowd, as Hangar 34 was swarmed with giddy, summer loving music fans. One thing was blatantly obvious during their show: they have rehearsed a lot. The band are extremely tight, even with stage lights glaring down on them and in the palpable heat of the room. Marsicans boast excellently catchy choruses that would be perfectly at home at a major festival. The band treated us to an angelic barbershop quartet style section in their second song, which really showcased the musical talent that the guys possess.
Marsicans are jetting off to Toronto for Canadian Music Week this week, which can’t be bad, especially after a packed out set at Sound City. Lucky gents.
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