Another boring Thursday night calls for the perfect opportunity for a great night of live music and what better way to do that than having two talented bands play great sets at the Lansdowne.
This is punk. It is honest, relentless and draws both social criticism and reflection. The type of music that makes you sit back and think about the world around you.
When you scratch the surface of Fangz there is an undeniable duality to them, they are a band for good times, their music is fun, catchy and you could play it just about anywhere to get a group of people hyped.
BOYSCLUB has come to dismantle every oppressive system, to enlighten you, to empower you and to amplify the voices of those who aren’t always heard. I can’t wait to see what they have in store for us next.
This song is a masterfully curated piece in a larger puzzle. This band has made it apparent that they have something powerful to say, their music is going to contribute to shaping the society that we live.
The band’s newest release, “The Fire” has that stadium filling potential, sounds its blends rich and emotive lyricism with the kind of riff that gets the heart of a pop-punk fan racing.
Every note during the set is clear, nothing overpowering, each song delivering a wave of emotions and creating a blissful taste in your mouth, that leaves you needing more