Heaven 17 Heaven 17 never toured when The Luxury Gap album first came out even with it being their most successful album. It contains masterpieces such as Come Live With Me, Let Me Go, We Live So Fast and of course their most well-known track, Temptation. To hear it played live is an experience that should be on everyone’s bucket list. This is a phenomenal show and Glenn and Martyn know how to throw a party. The London leg of the tour was hosted at Shepherd’s Bush Empire – a favourite venue of the band. The tour is currently over halfway through and yet on this cold November night, London came out in droves, queuing up to see these 80’s legends. The audience were rewarded by Heaven 17 telling them that they were the best audience – apparently even better than Liverpool. The audience lapped it up.


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Fields of the Nephilim So to the main event, Fields of the Nephilim, The Nephilim, The Neff, Carl McCoy. I first saw them back in 1987 in some tiny polytechnic, and came out covered in flour, ringing ears but with complete love. They rarely tour these days, no, correction, they never tour and rarely play, in England we’re lucky to get two of three gigs a year and I had high hopes tonight. I wasn’t disappointed.


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Maximo Park t’s no secret that Maximo Park are a near-perfect live band. It’s also a well-known fact that they have made some of the best albums in UK indie within their 12-year career. This is reflected tonight at Shepherd’s Bush Empire- a setlist which does not heavily focus on their latest release ‘The National Health’, but instead provides a good dose of their discography which their fanbase cannot get enough of, judging from the unending movement in the venue.


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Maximo Park t’s no secret that Maximo Park are a near-perfect live band. It’s also a well-known fact that they have made some of the best albums in UK indie within their 12-year career. This is reflected tonight at Shepherd’s Bush Empire- a setlist which does not heavily focus on their latest release ‘The National Health’, but instead provides a good dose of their discography which their fanbase cannot get enough of, judging from the unending movement in the venue.


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