Am I a big fan of Moss? Not really, I wouldn't be able to sing along, no, but I never disliked them when I saw them on festivals. So it was a nice surprise when I won the tickets.
But how was the concert you ask? Well, I'm getting there.
They had a support act. Which wasn't very much of a support. Or at least, I thought support acts were there to pump up the audience. These guys played their songs, nothing wrong with that, but I didn't get pumped for the upcoming band.
And then... We waited. A long time.. it was boring. When the band finally came on stage they had to tune. There was a pink hello kitty guitar, which was cool I guess. Then we waited some more for them to actually start.
They were okay. They played their songs. Some where danceable, but the audience, which was made up mainly of introverted men with bad posture, didn't dance. I made a joke about being a wallflower. I took a picture acting like I was part of the wall.
By the way, my proper camera broke, so there are only photo's taken with a phone, and they were too shitty to include here, so here is a picture of me doing an impression of a wallflower.
Well, the danceable songs were nice, I wish they didn't have to alter to sentimental songs that just didn't hit the right emotions. The band looked constipated with these emotions they apparently could not even.. and was obviously better at dancing around.
I learned one thing. Lights make a show. If you're not certain about a performance, use flashing lights and make sure people get epileptic seizures. Those are the best (please use in moderation).
So yeah. verdict? It was not bad, but it would be nicer if there were real feels, or real dancing, which I missed. (This is my personal opinion though, I don't go and pay money to just stand and listen to a band. I want all the feels, or dancing, or fighting. Give me real emotions and I will be very impressed.)
The audience was a boring bunch of none dancing fucks (did not expect that. I would have expected hipstergirls, but I guess they all went to Boy and Bear that evening..) Moss might be a better band for festivals, where people dance and don't want to be invisible.