Review: A Fusion of Rockstar Energy And Heart Felt Intimacy At Berwyns London Show

Casey Dorney

By Casey Dorney

Casey Dorney

3 Dec 2021

Following a ground-breaking 2021, having debut mixtape ‘DEMOTAPE/VEGA’ shortlisted for the Mercury Prize – Newcomer Berwyn ends the year with a bang accompanied by a thread of single drops and a near to sold out UK tour!

Taking his incredible artistry from the studio to Islington Assembly Hall – Berwyn’s sold out show was a date many fans were looking forward to. With a capacity of 890 ecstatic-filled attendee’s, Berwyn took centre-stage last night and blew everyones minds with his impressive stage presence. An authentic stage design – a dim lamp and an old-coloured brown chair placed in front of the extremely notable live band, Berwyn utilised the entirety of the stage whether that was sitting at his piano or jumping around performing. قواعد لعبة البوكر Berwyn’s stage direction depended on the track, demonstrating a truthful transparency in personality presenting an erratic rockstar energy. Belting out tracks like “100,000,000” had audiences in an euphoric state, feeling the energy Berwyn was giving off.

Enraptured by the on-going performance, Berwyn’s switch to slow-paced tracks like “Answers”, “To Be Loved” and “Glory” had the entire venue locked in feeling the moment. Throughout the show, the synchrony between the live band and the lighting was effortless – both corresponding to each other. لعبه القمار روليت The contrast between the colourful bright lights, to the dim darkness as the songs alternated accompanied the phenomenal talent of the live band – bass guitars and drums, tying the performance together perfectly. العاب بلاك جاك

The supporting guest being Berwyn’s sister Chrissi, made the night even more heart-felt as they shared the stage to sing a childhood gospel track. All in all, East London native Berwyn provided a solid show last night, set for a successful 2022 without a doubt!

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