Live Review: Fatherson / Jake Whiskin – The Cluny, Newcastle 18.05.2022

Adam Littlemore

By Adam Littlemore

‘What amazing night it has turned out so much excitement and atmosphere at the Cluny. Jake Whiskin open up the night with his amazing solo acoustic set with beautiful melodies and emotional raw tones to his voice capturing the crowd. My favourite song he performed was Electric I could really feel the lyrics through his emotive vocals that allows you to sympathise with its lyrical theme that tackles life’s plain routine and its ups and downs.

Fatherson ended the night with the crowd chanting their name and the crowd getting excited. I loved the band’s energy they were giving to the crowd in the hearts of their fans with the fans singing to all of their songs. My favourite track they played was Ghost taken from their latest album Sum Of All Your Parts. In the lyric of the song ‘Oh My God’ as soon as you hear the guitar and bass, drums clash it’s like a beautiful wall of sound that gets the fans jumping to the beat and singing along to the chorus. Everytime I see Fatherson play they just blow me away all the time with they energy.’

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1 Comment

  1. May 19, 2022

    I used to love Fatherson great band !

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