In light of their new single Effigy, Tomorrow Rising took to the stage at The Exeter along with Larsen and Young Offenders last Saturday night. Was it a show to remember? You bet it was.
Larsen and Young Offenders set the vibe, thrashing out a couple rocking songs and getting the crowd excited. The anticipation for Tomorrow Rising to take the stage was high.
As more people flooded into the beer garden, Tomorrow Rising began the show with A Little Luck' before following it up with the forever enjoyable Vanity. To say that the crowd was loving it is an understatement, the front of the show was full of guys and girls lapping up every second.
For every notch the band turned up the energy levels, the crowd followed suit, playing 'Horses in Men Suits' much to the crowds delight and requests. Finally rounding out the show with the new single Effigy and then Wolves at Bay, the crowd spilt onto the stage. It was an awesome show to say the least.
One last really important thing, despite what a few people might say, Adelaide is full of events happening every weekend, and choosing which events to go to can actually be a struggle! If you get the chance, head along to any of these guys' gigs, you won't regret it. Or if you happen to be in Melbourne on the 9th you can catch Tomorrow Rising at The Last Chance Rock & Roll Bar.
All Photos by Ben Neale
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