SetlistZero / Isabella / She's A Star / Born Of Frustration / All The Colours Of You / Many Faces / Gold Mother / Honest Joe / Tomorrow / I Wanna Go Home / Nothing But Love / Interrogation / Hymn From A Village / Walk Like You / Curse Curse / Wherever It Takes Us / Come Home / Sit Down / Sound / Beautiful Beaches / Getting Away With It (All Messed Up) / Laid
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Review: Andrew Perry @ Daily Telegraph
Sporting a fake-fur coat, billowing yoga trousers and the kind of voluminous woolly hat that rastafarians store their dreadlocks in, Booth bulldozed through by sheer force of character, dancing as if electrocuted, and frequently orating between numbers.
Approaching 11pm, the band’s early-90s gems finally materialised, with Come Home, a cathartic venting of frustration, and Sit Down, a freaks-united anthem whose unifying message felt doubly meaningful, mid-pandemic. As their show rambled into its third hour, James’s feelgood factor kept on coming, with rare engagement and depth.
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Review: Ben Hogwood @ Music OMH
Booth’s stamina is laudable, throwing his wiry frame and loose clothes into extended dance moves where he looks to be breaking free of his own body. The band’s attempts to reach the back of the arena with their sound are successful, the bigger space giving us the chance to appreciate the band members more.
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James are continuing to find ways to evolve. In many ways they’re still that unique awkward defiant band that refused to play by the normal rules of the music business and the how to be a band handbook.
Read the full review at EvenTheStars.co.uk
Review: Ronan Fawsitt @ The Up Coming
Now four decades into their tenure, James continue to innovate and refuse to back down. Booth’s inimitable presence, with the quiet intensity of his free-flow dancing and his razor-sharp vocal cries through the megaphone, has the ability to sweep the audience up and take them anywhere he wants to go. Is it any wonder that James have found their place amongst a new generation of fans?
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