LIVE REVIEW: Dog Is Dead, Plug (Sheffield), 12.03.2012

Dog Is Dead first came to The Kaje‘s attention at Summer Sundae 2010 when they played a blinding set and even found time to have a quick chat under the shelter of a solitary umbrella. Since then the boys have spent their time on the road, honing their craft and building their fanbase. If the crowd at Sheffield’s Plug is a tell-tale sign of their success, there is no denying that these boys may finally be ready to seal the deal of success.

Showcasing material old and new it is evident that the boys have not lost any of their on stage appeal, with an undeniably relaxed presence, they have everyone eating out the palm of their hands as they work their way through new single “Two Devils” and old favourites “Young” and “River Jordan”.

As they tease with tasters from their long-awaited debut album, it becomes evident that they have perfected their craft. While nothing compares to fan favourite “Glockenspiel Song”, they are more than capable of crafting classy, simplistic, singalong pop.

Dog Is Dead have spent a long time working the circuit and have picked up all the essential skills along the way, now we just wait for the explosion.

Rating: 5/5
Reviewer: Jeremy Williams

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