By Andras Paul, Rock At Night London
Venue: The Monarch, London–May 23, 2018– The Nectars
The trendy named The Nectars are an alternative pop punk band from The States, first time touring the UK stopping by the famous London venue The Monarch to give a noisy hug to the amped fans. London soon learnt how the furiously wild New Jersey band is rocking the stage. A mental energy right from the first second they hit the stage flooded to the audience. You know when you see people also in front of the venue hitting the rhythm– that kind of thing I’m talking about.
These young entertainers seem to have a good time on stage and so the audience follows them. The velvety-voiced frontess striking expressive poses, followed by fierce guitar riffs and staggering drums, swept through like a tornado.
Watch out for their debut album Sci-Fi Television, which is out in the days of this article appears so we are pretty much on time spreading the word.
In less then fast flying 40 minutes more then ten songs were presented in a heavily energized manner, as most of their songs are quite short (like my current favourite ‘I Want It”, which is only 1 1/2 minutes long). This actually makes it a good reason to listen to it over and over again. Look it up! It also has a funny video on Youtube.
Catch them while they are still in the UK this weekend May 25-27 in Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham.
They’ll surely come back to the UK!
Members: Jessica Kenny (vocals), Mikey “Mad Dog” Montalbano (drums), Jon Paul (bass, keys, backing vocals) and guitarist Mike Baron
The whole set list:
UK TOUR DATES
May 16th – London, House Of Vans
May 17th – Brighton, The Great Escape
May 18th – Pontypridd, Muni Arts Centre (Sold Out)
May 19th – Birmingham, O2 Academy (Sold Out)
May 21st – London, The Bedford (acoustic)
May 23rd – London, The Monarch (headline show)
May 25th – Nottingham, Dot To Dot Festival
May 26th – Bristol, Dot To Dot Festival
May 27th – Manchester, Dot To Dot Festival
Andras Paul came from a traditional art background back in Hungary. He studied drawing, painting and animation and later began his interest in photography too.
Open to any kind of gig with decent music-- let it be a big concert or the smallest darkest pub on earth.
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