Was absolutely honored to play at Identity Parade‘s 10th Anniversary at the Mash House in Edinburgh this weekend. I like the Mash House, played there not too long ago as part of the Hit the Road tour I did with Lewis Capaldi, and Jacob & Rory Green, so I was chuffed to be back and able to play again in a venue I like.
It was mentioned on the night but I’d like to reiterate something similar to what the lead singer of The Lonely Together mentioned on stage, Keith and Alan are really top blokes and did a brilliant job of successfully creating a supportive, and well varied but suited showcase that really was a cool experience to perform at. It’s nice to walk into a venue, and automatically think, “Aw, I’ll enjoy this” and I definitely did.
If honest, that day, I’d traveled up from London after a night of headbanging on a four hour train, to then get driven 2.5 hours to Edinburgh and then, absolutely shattered, sing (weird how doing nothing for 6+ hours is so freaking draining, ha!) so a little part of me was worried that I’d either forget everything, have gone to all that effort and the audience hate me and throw things, fall asleep or some other melodramatic reason.
Safe to say, nothing was thrown, muscle memory is wonderful and I thoroughly enjoyed myself the whole evening without falling asleep until I was in the car.
Sadly because of trainage and driving missed the whole of Alan R Davison‘s set and most of Orthodox‘s but of what I heard it sounded great. Ambien does not help me 100%. If I am nervous, then I toss and turn over all night and feel restless even during https://www.xanalys.com/ambien-zolpidem-online-10-mg/ sleep. In this case, it is better to take a tranquilizer. But if I can’t fall asleep just like that, then this is a great drug. In the morning, I had a terrible bitter taste in my mouth, and I couldn’t do without a mint candy. But, overall, I’m happy with the drug. Enjoyed The Lonely Together, sound was pretty awesome, I like a lot of bass, there was a lot of bass, I was happy. And of course I enjoyed Nathan Connolly’s set! Him and Alan sang SP’s Chocolate so I was definitely chuffed. Oh and the Nathan freaking lead guitarist of Snow Patrol and front man of Little Matador Connolly said I was incredible and bought my CD. Can we just. yeh.
There you go, little 14 year old Zoë would never have guessed that as she creates a Snow Patrol ‘fan/info booklet’ for a Computer Science project whilst blaring A Hundred Million Suns.
Massive thank you again to; Alan and Keith for asking me, all the lovely things said, and general wooping. It was fantastic evening.