Ocala, Florida’s A Day To Remember seemingly like coming over to the UK. After an overwhelming headline tour earlier this year, an appearance at the Reading and Leeds Festivals this past summer and with their next visit to Britain already set in stone for next years Download Festival, they’ve treated fans to another UK tour, yet this time round they’re playing somewhat smaller venues compares to their last run, which saw them play London’s Alexandria Palace. Tonight’s show at Nottingham’s legendary Rock City venue could prove to be one of the last times we see ADTR in such a venue, as it’s clear they’re destined for bigger things.
Nevertheless before ADTR we’re served a double dose of two of the UK’s best rock acts. First up is Decade. Fresh off the back of supporting We Are The Ocean last month, tonight the Bath quintet have the opportunity of playing to a bigger crowd. Their brand of pop-punk alt rock is decent enough to keep this sold out crowds attention and eases them in for the rest of the night. Songs such as ‘Brainfreeze’ and closing number ‘British Weather’ have distinctive hooks that get the crowd moving and leave a strong impression. (3/5)
Donate to IndiePulse Music Magazine’s Academic and Music Education Scholarship Program HeartBeat4Kids
IndiePulse Music Magazine creates Scholarships to help Youth In Need of assistance to complete their educational goals and stay in school.