Llama appearance shake ups and ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ cover mess ups. Fall Out Boy and Panic! At The Disco are on opposite ends of the axis, putting on performances of mind perplexing high notes, ‘Girls/Girls/Boys’ rainbow wraparounds, rebellious antics and dashing displays, intact instrumentals and purple production. The ‘Sugar We’re Goin Down’ singers Fall Out Boy are in the post hype hysteria as the four piece have touched down in the…

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Rolling out the crimson carpet, mellow moments and tranquil tones Horan hosted a gig that felt like a home away from home from the comfort of a living room it was that luxuriate. A balance of nostalgic One Direction’s classic catalogue, medley mix of modern and ceaseless covers, unreleased surprise songs and the more focused Flicker features delivered a showstopper of all the self expressions and a spectrum of uncontainable…

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Devils key holder, quiff comb brusher and burglar basher the weird the wacky and the wonderful returns. Panic! At The Disco have prayed, sinned and provided the cryptic clues behind the secret shows, puzzling packages and the wicked wonder. ‘Say Amen (Saturday Night)’ action packed blockbuster scenes and ‘Silver Lining’ big brass band sounds. Panic! At The Disco have answered a plethora of prayers in the wake of Pray For…

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They say love you’s are meaningful moments and are hard honesties to admit, but the rate Alex Gaskarth was throwing them around was like speaking a fluent language. Adolescent antics of nipple tissue showing tantalising tantrum throwing with additions of alcoholic beverages waving aimlessly in the air by underage looking adults amongst the audience, All Time Low was six feet under the poppin’ production and stellar sounds of exultant ecstatic elements and reminiscent ravenous rock…

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Toothbrushes in toll because Brendon Urie is back. It’s Worship Wednesday and Pray For The Wicked a post-follow up to the snippet of the 30 year olds dental hygiene routine, underplayed by a classical composition that could be potential Panic! material in the midsts. Gigging a surprise show at the Grog Shop origins of Ohio, a setlist of habitual songs scrambled sinners hopes of new numbers in the wake of…

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