all we are
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MARCH 2015

We were in the heart of Soho down Tin Pan Alley to catch a live set by Liverpool based trio All We Are, as part of a night hosted by Sofar Sounds and Relentless Energy Drinks. After supporting Warpaint and London Grammar in the last year, the evening presented a rare opportunity to see the hotly-tipped trio in such a small venue. They performed a stripped back set which saw the bass being substituted out for an acoustic guitar, adding to the intimacy of the evening.

Describing themselves as sounding like ‘The Bee Gee’s on diazepam’ the band fuse together indie pop, r’n’b and funk to produce a smooth sound and tight performance. We were treated to a selection of songs from their debut album with ‘Feel safe’ and ‘I wear you’ instantly standing out and the live show demonstrating a real onstage chemistry between the band.

They finished the set on ‘Keep Me Alive’, which saw Guro Gikling unleash a powerful vocal which wouldn’t be out of place on a Siouxsie and the Banshees record and provides a solid contrast to the high-pitched harmonies of guitarist Luis Santos.