Live Review: We Are The Ocean @ The Garage, Glasgow

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The first band to grace the stage tonight is Don Broco, who take to the stage with insane levels of energy. The band play a very short set but still manage to incite a circle pit and even get a wall of death during the very first song. It’s clear from this performance that this band are going to be massive. [8]

Next up are Lower Than Atlantis, who play an extremely short twenty minutes set. Again, this is a band who are going to be huge. Playing material from their new album World Record as well as tracks from the critically acclaimed Far Q, the band seem to really make an impression on the crowd. The only negative point about their set was the length, or lack thereof. [9]

After a short while (in which time LTA could have got a few more songs in) Georgian natives Veara take to the stage. Their catchy brand of pop punk really gets the crowd going. Treating the crowd to tracks from their excellent début, What We Left Behind. By the time Veara leave the stage, the crowd are suitably warmed up for tonight’s headliners. [8]

Eventually, the band everyone is here to see, We Are the Ocean, arrive onstage  bursting into What it Feels Like, the first single from their new album Go Now And Live. The band’s set includes a mix of new tracks and songs from the very beginning of the band, all of which get a fantastic reaction from the crowd. A flawless performance from the whole band ensures that this is a great night for everyone. [9]

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