‘Infectious energy’ - Against The Current at Norwich Waterfront review

Against The Current perform in Norwich (Image: Paul M. Jones)

Against The Current perform in Norwich (Image: Paul M. Jones) - Credit: Archant

Against The Current played to a lively crowd at The Waterfront last night (September 19), supported by Australian band The Faim.

The Faim perform in Norwich (Image: Paul M. Jones)

The Faim perform in Norwich (Image: Paul M. Jones) - Credit: Archant

The American trio were promoting their new album 'Past Lives' due to be released on September 28. Their setlist included new material, which was already popular with the crowd - with many people already singing along. They played enthusiastically, engaging with the audience and creating a really fun atmosphere. Lead singer, Chrissy Costanza, had an infectious energy, bouncing across the stage while maintaining an impressive vocal performance.

MORE: Kaiser Chiefs to play Norwich gigThis performance was helped by the impressive support act, The Faim. They set the tone for the evening with a really memorable performance. They had the audience clapping and dancing along throughout their high energy performance. Lead singer, Josh Raven, stunned the crowd with his incredible vocal range and stage presence. The rest of the band followed suit, showing their high levels of talent and passion for their music.

MORE: Rod Stewart to return to Portman Road for summer concertPerformances from both bands were impressive, and I would highly recommend trying to see both, although I think for me The Faim stole the show!

Against The Current perform in Norwich (Image: Paul M. Jones)

Against The Current perform in Norwich (Image: Paul M. Jones) - Credit: Archant

The Faim perform in Norwich (Image: Paul M. Jones)

The Faim perform in Norwich (Image: Paul M. Jones) - Credit: Archant

Against The Current perform in Norwich (Image: Paul M. Jones)

Against The Current perform in Norwich (Image: Paul M. Jones) - Credit: Archant


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