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Bristol Creams (Day 2)

By Ginger | September 19, 2009

Walking around the cobbled streets of Bristol, twisting alleyways alive with Victorian memory¬†and impregnated with vivid history, one can’t help but feel a sense of pride for the architecture that our strange little country boasts. The excited chatter of visiting tourists pepper every exquisitely ornate gateway and cul de sac. And as I marvel at my own heritage I can’t help but think that Bristol, as picturesque as it plainly is, has a serious challenge in the shape of last night’s Brighton crowd. Will the Bristol massive stand up to Brighton’s awesome welcome?

Well, it has to be said that Bristol were more than up for the challenge. As the uproarious cheer urged us into the album set the very vocal Bristolians showed their wonderful support in in voluminous fashion. And the show was amazing.

The sense of the performance turning into a party by the end of the evening was tangible. By the second set we were neck deep in the celebratory atmosphere of the 02 Academy and feeling no pain. And by the end the dressing room was alive with the boozy pats on backs of the band that continued onto the bus where we enjoyed the first collective listen of our new album.

It was a religious experience.

Today we play Nottingham Rock City, a venue that has traditionally stood up to any audience on the UK rock circuit. It’s going to be a devastatingly awesome show today, but Bristol will not be easy to match.

We got website of the week in The Sun yesterday. Sweet.

Man, this merch is awesome. I’m in love with my football shirt.

Gx

10 Responses to “Bristol Creams (Day 2)”

  1. Andy B Says:
    September 19th, 2009 at 13:19

    Devastatingly awesome indeed – tonight is gonna make the weekend! Looking forward to seeing all of you later on :)

  2. jamierock Says:
    September 19th, 2009 at 13:45

    thanks for last nite guys. it was just awesome! been going to wildhearts gigs since the love/hate tour, and that was quite simply one of the best. proud of the bristolians too last nite. made it a nite to never forget! roll on pompey and exeter now…..

  3. melx Says:
    September 19th, 2009 at 14:11

    I’m trying to think if there’s a better way of starting the morning than a mug of sweet, strong PG tips in a Chutzpah! mug, while listening to ‘Low Energy Vortex’ ……… nope can’t think of one!!!

    xx

  4. James Says:
    September 19th, 2009 at 14:22

    wow what a great night! cheers ooh arr
    To hear the new album was fantastic and all the songs stood up on their own as great tunes really enjoyable, it was just a question of why you couldnt continue playing the “hits” all night!
    Cheers certainly a bigger crowd than Winchester when I saw you last Ginger but an equally as good night as always, was that Guiness or wine you were drinking?

  5. Steve Farcue Says:
    September 19th, 2009 at 23:50

    Fucking awesome show in Brizzle chaps. The new album set was great but i was concerned you were all a bit subdued. You more than made up for it when Nothing Ever Changes threatened to damage those tiny inner ear hairs of mine that are already battered and bruised from 15 years listening to you chaps. Best gig i’ve seen for years.

  6. Damian Says:
    September 20th, 2009 at 00:33

    Been seeing The Wildhearts live for 14 years and that’s one of the best shows I’ve ever seen you do.

  7. tjk Says:
    September 20th, 2009 at 19:23

    o2 academy bristol 18 september 2009 best gig ive ever seen, best atmosphere ive ever felt,come back soon lads.

  8. Dan/ Bristol Says:
    September 20th, 2009 at 20:13

    Great stuff guys – thanks for an amazing evening & pleased to see everyone happy! Rock on Scotty for belting out and taking the mike – surely a bassist to stay?!! Great merch too. Guess you’re all pleased with the Kerrang coverage… just don’t trash their studios this time! ;-0
    \m/

  9. Ben Says:
    September 21st, 2009 at 19:08

    It truely was an amazing gig. Possibly the best I’ve ever seen the band (and I’ve seen ’em over 20 times).

    My wife and I were literally giddy when the band played One Love, One Life, One Girl; it’s one of the songs we danced to at our wedding, so it was great to see it live.

    We’re now going to Birmingham and London as well, it was that good, plus were bringing some friends who are WH virgins!

    Can’t wait until Birmingham!

    Ben

  10. Rob Says:
    September 23rd, 2009 at 22:16

    The Bristol gig was fantastic. It was my wife’s first experience of The Wildhearts and she is now a fan :-)

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