The Heather Findlay Band and Odin Dragonfly at The Robin, Bilston
Spirited performances from all make The Heather Findlay Band a joy. An upbeat rocky reworking of Mostly Autumn's largely acoustic Bitterness Burnt was stunning (with added drum bursts from Heather). Other highlights included Heather's Phoenix EP material which rises to another level in its live incarnation - and when Alex Cromarty broke his snare stand - an unplanned Heather Findlay and Chris Johnson acoustic of Gaze. A Mostly Autumn song that's a favourite for many but hasn't stood out for me before, Carpe Diem, sounded amazing in the encore. There was also a new song, Shine, which sounded very promising.Heather Findlay A headless Chris JohnsonHeather Findlay and Alex CromartyChris JohnsonHeather FindlayThe Heather Findlay BandHeather FindlayThe Heather Findlay Band say goodnight Setlist (without the impromptu Gaze)
Odin DragonflyOdin Dragonfly's Heather FindlayOdin Dragonfly's Angela Goldthorpe
Photos taken with a Canon Powershot G1 X compact camera.