It was a warm one in Radelaide for Northeast Party House’s show at Fat Controller, but that didn’t stop gig goers from dancing up a sweat when the band rolled into town on Friday night.
After taking their ‘Calypso Beach’ tour on the road around Aus in 2017, Northeast Party House made the return to Adelaide to treat fans to a one off show at Fats.
Local act, Eurisko kicked off the night with their electronic set filled with synthesizers and saxophone solos. Their refreshing and upbeat sound was the perfect way to start the mood for the rest of the night.
Adelaide boys, The Montreals took to the stage next, playing through a tight set of tracks such as ‘Indigo Club’, and their 2017 single ‘deadheads’.
The crowd made sure the band were well hydrated, keeping the beers flowing to the stage for the boys to enjoy.
Things were really heating up by the time Northeast Party House took to the stage, with the Fat Controller basement now well and truly filled to the brim.
The set included all the favourite tunes from their 2016 ‘Dare’ Album, including hit singles such as ‘Calypso Beach’ and ‘For You’.
Older songs from their debut album, ‘The Haunted’ and ‘Youth Allowance’, ensured a crowd sing a long took place.
After a long and energised set, the boys from Northeast Party House stuck around in the basement, making sure fans dripping in sweat could snag a picture to remember the night by.
All images via Bumpers
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