my video, so not the best quality.
and that started to get a few people onto their feet. A few more well known numbers like Lullaby....
again my vision, so allow for that.
got them moving some more, but it really wasn't until the end of the show and the three encores that people really came alive (sorry no vids of that I was too busy dancing). After the second encore and with a promise of a third, Gen and I found ourselves actually yelling at the crowd and raising our arms in an attempt to make them make some noise. Amazingly it worked, people stood up all around us and started screaming, whistling and calling for more, that's more like it Perth. So out they came for the third encore and everyone got their Love Cats and Boys Don't Cry. Hell that's what we were there for wasn't it.
I'm putting this here simply because I filmed it and it shows how still the mosh pit was...
Open, The Cure
Like I said a three and a half hour set, longest gig I've been to in a while, possibly ever (festivals excepted) and it was fantastic, the acoustics weren't the greatest but at least you could see the band and understand the songs, unlike some venues in Perth. Yeah I was happy with that.
My photography left a bit to be desired last night, but the upside is that it made for some cool effects.
That's actually Robert Smith in close up ^
Yeah I know, but hey it's only 5x digital zoom and it gets shaky at that point. Oh and hi to Luke who I bumped into in the crowd, just back from his wedding in Vegas :waves: