Three fashionably dressed Parisians find their places on the stage, each person’s face grinning more than the last and beaming with childlike excitement. We Were Evergreens overt friendliness is so refreshing and their assortment of instruments; Xylophone, Ukulele, Synth and Guitar, all work together to make their unique blend of indie-electro-pop work so well.
The band creates music that is both easy going and welcoming but it has so many more layers, the live synths form into dance club build-ups and the sound becomes so huge. This is really clever pop-music that you must see if you get the chance.
The show is flipped on its head with the entrance of King Charles and his band (all members dressed as if mirroring Charles in some way). It is really cool to see a band that includes two backing singers (one of which plays violin).
The band absolutely tears through the set and Charles wholeheartedly bears his talents for all to see. Like a young Prince he melts guitars with such flamboyancy and technical ability that is second to none, while still managing to keep those all-important vocals hooks in place. King Charles is most definitely at the beginning of his reign.