Friday, May 17, 2013

Trial Kennedy @ Corner Hotel, 23/06/2012 - FINAL SHOW EVER

Well. Farewell gigs kinda suck, don't they? It was only a few weeks after me and quite a few mates were at the Hi Fi Bar saying goodbye at The Butterfly Effect's last gig with singer Clint Boge (and many secretly thought, their last ever gig), and now a lot of the same people were gathered again, this time at the Corner Hotel, for one last hurrah for Melbourne rockers Trial Kennedy. You know what, I don't think I appreciated this band enough when they were around. I saw them a few times as a support band, always really enjoyed their two albums, but I don't think I ever got to a headline show until this one. Oh well, at least I was there at the very end, and it was a good way to go out. The band seemed to be pretty happy with how they were wrapping things up, and they played a great setlist with pretty much all the "hits" and a few rare treats for everyone. Well, this was ages ago so I've really not got a lot to say about it anymore, except it was a very fun night. With a bit of luck, we might see more from the band members in the future (other than appearances on The Voice, hopefully).

Sound quality is a little variable. I was having a pretty good time moving around, and I also wasn't that close to the stage. But hey, it's their last show ever. So at least a recording exists :)

Sunday Warning
Strange Behaviour
Living Undesigned
Breathe a Dime
My Idol Who?
Damage on Parade
The Great Escape
Colour Day Tours
Pac Man
Arrest Room
Tuesdays Shoes
War King
Knife Light
Mississippi Burn


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