Live Review: Mallory Knox at Portsmouth’s Pyramids

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A picture taken from Mallory Knox and uploaded on their Twitter page after.

Mallory Knox put on one hell of a show at Portsmouth’s Pyramids on Sunday night as lead singer Mikey Chapman and the band proved why they are one of the best UK bands performing right now. The tour is to support their new album Wired and were joined by Lonely The Brave and Fatherson on the night who certainly knew how to get get a crowd going and created perfect atmosphere for Mallory Knox to come on stage to. The band played Giving It Up from their latest album first and it was refreshing that already so many fans knew the songs and started to sing along. It was a truly insane set and it was by far the best I have seen the band play since I first saw them in Portsmouth back in November 2014.

Mallory Knox then played Ghost in the Mirror which always creates so much buzz and as always fans started to mosh which was a fantastic experience to view and even be in. They then played the title song of their new album Wired followed by their older song Dying to Survive  which were both solid additions to the set. Another older song Getaway then followed as they engaged with every single fan throughout out the night with their amazing stage presence. The brilliant California and Beggars were next which also got everyone on feet jumping around. Mallory Knox are that kind of band that put 110% in to each and every song they play which is so refreshing to see at a packed out venue. The band played a total of 15 songs on the evening as near the end they played their classic and well known song Shout at the Moon which was epic to see live once again. An encore of Lighthouse and Better Off Without You was a perfect way to end their set as the incredible lighting faded out.

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