Live Review: Kid Kapichi / Dead Pony / Dumb Buoys Fishing Club – Foundry, Sheffield 09.04.2024

Jason Siddall

The Foundry in Sheffield bore witness to an electrifying night of raw energy and musical prowess as Kid Kapichi, supported by Dead Pony and Dumb Bouys Fishing Club, took the stage by storm.

Kid Kapichi, the headliner of the night, unleashed a 17-song set that ignited the crowd from the very first chord. Opening with a triumphant trio of ‘Artillery’, ‘Let’s Get To Work’, and ‘999’, which for me set an unprecedented standard for opening songs, sending the audience into a frenzy from the off.

Kapichi’s performance was a masterclass in stage presence and intensity, culminating in a powerful two-song encore that concluded with the heavy-hitting ‘Smash The Gaff’.

Supporting act Dead Pony riding high with impressive debut album release “Ignore This’ , delivered a headliner standard eight-song set. A particular highlight was the latest single ‘Rainbows” from the aforementioned album.

Lead vocalist Anna’s strong vocals and unique and commanding stage presence coupled with the band’s infectious energy shone through. A promising future is in store for these rising stars who are one for your list of live gig must-see bands. Catch them soon before the ticket price accelerates.

Rap/pop duo Dumb Bouys Fishing Club (great name!) proved to be a surprise, setting the stage for the evening with a set brimming with infectious tracks that had the crowd moving from start to finish.

The synergy among the three acts tonight was palpable, each bringing their unique sound and style to the stage. It’s no wonder that they’ve been met with sold-out venues throughout their 10-date UK tour, culminating in what promises to be an unforgettable finale in London.

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