Recovering from last night’s BSP gig in Wakefield. We caught the train with fine ales securely packed for the journey down. Checked into the hotel, then got the tube to Camden’s Enterprise pub. The Enterprise was pretty disappointing – half the ale pumps were off and the ale they did serve was pretty shitty….
Ended up dumping that back on the bar and grabbing some bottled Punk IPAs. Eventually friends join us from Manchester and we head to the Roundhouse. The legendary Roundhouse – a venue steeped in history that has seen it’s fair share of classic bands from the 60s onwards.
We arrive as Bo Ningen are half way through their set. They’re very entertaining. We make our way to the front just prior to BSP appearing.The setlist is slightly different to last night’s Long Division set focussing more on the celebrated “Decline Of British Sea Power” album.
It’s a solid strong performance. The band clearly firing on all cylinders and they’re very tight and professional. At the end the roadie throws the setlist out to the crowd and I manage to grab it to the groans of those next to me attempting to get their hands on it