Live Gig Videos: Little Comets perform ‘Violence Out Tonight’ and ‘Joanna’ at the Hamilton in Washington, DC

By on Monday, 6th January 2014 at 4:00 pm
 

In case you missed it last summer, after 4 long years of waiting, I finally got to see Newcastle band Little Comets in my hometown of Washington, DC. They impressed me so much, landing at the very top of the heap of my Top Gigs of 2013 list. I also got to chat with Rob Coles and Matt Hall from the band backstage after their great show at the exceedingly lovely Hamilton, just a short walk from the White House.

As many of you know, I am a sharer, especially when it comes to spreading the word on bands on love. It sucks when you live far away and/or in another country where your favourite bands are playing. With that, I bring you live videos from the DC show: the socially conscious ‘Violence Out Tonight’ from second album ‘Life is Elsewhere’ and debut LP crowd pleaser ‘Joanna’. Enjoy them both below. Ah, memories!

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1E8j42RDJKc[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEE2mqb2K3k[/youtube]

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4:12 pm
6th January 2014

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4:13 pm
6th January 2014

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