Post War Years give electric performance at Sixty Million Postcards

Electronic notes and a rhythmic vortex attracted a crowd at Sixty Million Postcards on Saturday night where people could listen to special guests Post War Years.

The band, who are just back from their tour with Mumford and Sons and Everything Everything, and had their second album, Galapagos, released last week, made an exceptional appearance, thrilling their audience with a harmonious performance.

The band played as part of the Mammoth Howl & Artrocker event, amusing not only with their amazing sound, but joking with the bar staff when a little technical hitch came during the performance of Be Someone.

After overcoming the problem, the show went on with a great combination of experimental progressive pop and electronic style. There was a great musical dialogue between keyboards, guitars and drums, while the audience accompanied the band singing their most famous songs such as previous singles The Bell and All Eyes.

The evening was completed by support from Duologue, a Radiohead-esque outfit, who closed a good musical Saturday night.

main image from Post War Years Facebook.

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