It was a sold out show at London’s Omeara, a club built under the arches of London Bridge railway station. Owned by Ben Lovett, of Mumford & Sons, it opened in late 2016 and has swiftly become a popular venue for alternative artists. You don’t get much more alternative than Nahko and Trevor Hall – the latter on his first visit to London – but we knew what to expect and got all of it and then some.
The Carnabys are heading back out on the road throughout October and November. As well as performing new tracks from their summer album release, the ‘Too Much, Never Enough’ Tour will include a main stage appearance supporting Everything Everything, and Public Service Broadcasting, at Camden’s Roundhouse on 18th October for the unique Music Venue Trust #FIGHTBACK event.