Dead! put on a killer show at their biggest headline show at the 100 Club in London. After the release of their hard-hitting new album The Golden Age Of Not Even Trying, Dead! debuted some of killer new tracks of the album like The Boys The Boys, W9 and Petrol And Anaesthetic along with the original singles You’re So Cheap, Up For Ransom and Something More Original.
This was undoubtably one of the best crowds I’ve seen at a Dead! show, the fans going crazy in constant collide pits throughout the set. Despite the lack of barrier, fans still crowd surfed and surprisingly succeeded influenced by the lead singer of support band The Kenneths who stage dived multiple times in their set whilst still putting on a great vocal performance.
Dead!’s London headline show was concluded with an impromptu encore playing a cover of My Generation originally by The Who, with The Kenneths singer whilst fans invaded the stage.