SetlistDream Thrum / To My Surprise / Born Of Frustration / Nothing But Love / Busted / What’s It All About / Heads / Sometimes / Come Home / Stutter / Many Faces / Laid
Supportwith Psychedelic Furs (co-headline) and Dear Boy
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Review: Cleveland Scene
…even the “soft” songs in the set possessed an intensity to them thanks to the chrome-domed Booth, who’d often tip-toe to the front of the stage to sing to the fans in the pit or gyrate under a flickering strobe during instrumental sections. At one point, he even made his way to the back of the pit to sing and dance with fans.
Read the full review at CleveScene.com
James rise to the challenge of playing in the Republican heartland of the rustbelt, and deliver a well played set. It is a challenge though: the introduction of politically charged new song Heads by Tim is met with some howls of disapproval from the audience. It is certainly a tightrope act for James tonight. It also doesn’t help that the Cleveland audience are noticeably older and a larger number of them than in previous nights are out to see the Psychedelic Furs. That’s just luck of the draw though when you have co-headlining bands from two different decades on tour together.
Read the full review at EvenTheStars.co.uk