The Struts blow off the roof with a 90 minute set for a sold out Lallopalooza after party.
The Bottom Lounge
From the moment The Struts hit the stage they were non-stop energy. Coupled with the intimate club settled, the audience was in a near frenzy. Lead singer Luke Spiller, guitarist Adam Slack, bassist Jed Elliott, and drummer Gethin Davies form an on-stage chemistry that is undeniably full of glam rock, guitar swagger and tight musicianship. Luke Spiller is completely engaging as he leads the crowd and well as joins in singing from the dance floor.
But most importantly the music holds its own. Supporting their release CD 'Everybody Wants', each song performed had catchy, singable hooks, memorable melodies and lyrics. Their songs harken back to the seventies combined with big, epic arena rock breakdowns. Every song is radio-friendly that are poised to be high rotation hits. 'Kiss This' is a an angry four-on-the-floor break-up song that the crowd knew well. 'The Ol' Switcheroo' is a hook-up rock anthem chanting an unabashed chorus of "I want what he's got'. 'Dirty Sexy Money' sounds inspired by one part Freddie Mercury and one part Guns and Roses. 'Could Have Been Me' and 'These Times Are Changing' stand out as sing-along romps that make this band unforgettable and certainly worth catching at a club before they launch straight to the top of the rock n’ roll stratosphere.”