Live: The Brits: Bring me the horizon – Electric Brixton

New review by Discovered Magazine.

Opening up the show, indie newcomer’s ZIBRA (8) bring on the funk with their single ‘Wasted days’ that gets the early crowd shimmying from side to side. With a sound almost familiar to other artists such as the 1975 with a hint of synth elector pop, the band put in all their best efforts to get the crowd moving and successfully do so. From the way Zibra carry themselves on stage, with honest and hilarious comments from the vocalist (“ Please buy our single because why the fuck not?”) alongside having a quick chat with fans in the audience, it’s understandable how the three piece are able to gain popularity so quickly. Now what’s even more impressive, is the band not only creating their own instruments, they also have performed their head bobbing anthem ‘Paris’during catwalks in the city itself. Winning the tough audience over (because let’s face it, most of us were here in hopes BMTH would play their heavier stuff), the entire now packed venue have their hands  raised clapping in sync as the band finish on the catchy‘Girl’s like you.’  With such a quirky, truthful and darn right memorable performance, Zibra are definitely going to make 2016 their year.

Read the full review Here.

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