25 Feb 2011, 14:13 by MusicDune
6 Jan 2010, 19:37 by CharlottelaurenFri 18 Dec – Paramore, You Me At Six, Paper Route, Now, Now Every Children, Elissa Franceschi NOW, NOW EVERY CHILDREN
So first of all, I actually missed these guys, which really sucked cause i was excitied to see them as i have their album, i blame the toilet que personally, also Elissa Franceschi was suppose to come on first from what i gathered so i wasnt expecting to miss Now, Now Every Children, so i was rather gutted about that.
First of all, i was convinced i wouldnt enjoy these guys so i wasnt totally eager to see them. I took my seat in the arena half way through their set and it turns out i was totally wrong, they were awesome, they had a great energy & the rest of the crowd seemed to enjoy them alot.
YOU ME AT SIX
wow, seriously, what an energy. I absolutely love You Me At Six & i was stoked that they were supporting! they played all my favourite songs and I think i recorded every single one on my phone. …
21 Dec 2009, 09:39 by setlistfm
20 Dec 2009, 11:08 by yasm1nFri 18 Dec – Paramore, You Me At Six, Paper Route, Now, Now Every Children, Elissa Franceschi
The snow and cold did not stop the thousands of fans making their way to Wembley Arena and to wait for the doors to open to see one of the biggest bands of 2009; Parmore.
NOW, NOW EVERY CHILDREN
First support of the night and there were a few fans scattered around the crowd. Not a huge impact was created from this band at first, but towards the end of their set, the music started to become more interesting and something you could move around to. As a supporting band, they were great supports with paramore but the big stage and 10,000 people watching them, did not seem to phase them. Therefore, i am rating this band 2/5, just because they seemed to be enjoying the final night of the tour and their music expressed that, but it didn't have the same impact that other supports did that night.
The second support and this band interacted with the crowd much more than the previous support. …
19 Dec 2009, 17:33 by Nikku-chanFri 18 Dec - Paramore, You Me At Six, Paper Route, Now, Now Every Children, Elissa Franceschi
The shrill, formidable cry of fifteen year-old teenagers echoes throughout the miniaturised stadium with frightening ferocity. The entrance of vocalist Hayley Williams skipping onto the stage (and now sporting long blonde hair) is enough to send the army of converse and skinny jeans strapped youngsters into a frenzy of lust.
Supporting acts Now, Now Every Children, Paper Route and You Me At Six are strangely quiet, but Paramore rectifies this by launching onto the stage with incredible volume. The introductory riff of their 2009 record Brand New Eyes lifts everyone in the stands up onto their feet, clapping in rhythm as they wait for Hayley’s voice to penetrate.
Yet despite being three albums strong (their latest claiming the UK no.1 in September) Hayley Williams’ voice begins rather nervously. Her projection is absent in the first two songs of their set list, setting a timid start to the final leg of their fall tour. …
19 Dec 2009, 16:24 by HaazulFri 18 Dec – Paramore, You Me At Six, Paper Route, Now, Now Every Children, Elissa Franceschi
They were 1st support on and were great! Want the album now!