Review: Miles Kane begins his British tour at Concorde 2 in Brighton Brighton News

There’s always a lot of pressure on the first night of a tour.

Even the most seasoned performers need to feel a combination of nervousness and excitement before they hit the stage.

But Miles Kane was the picture of confidence as he took to the stage at Concorde 2 in Maderia Drive, Brighton on Wednesday night.

The Liverpudlian rocker was brimming with unparalleled energy and confidence, sending the crowd into a frenzy the moment he stepped out on the sage.

His set was a well-rounded mix of his four studio albums, with many tracks from his latest release Change the Show proving just as popular as his older tracks.

Heralded by the footballing chant of “Miles, Miles, Miles f******”, the 36-year-old told the crowd he was ready to “sweat it up” and “let loose” during his set.

With hits such as Come Closer, Rerange, Don’t Forget Who You Are and Give Up, Miles didn’t slow down throughout the set.

A cover of The Beatles Don’t Let Me Know sparked a mass chanting from the crowd as the show neared its crescendo.

The inclusion of Aviation and Standing Next to Me – tracks written by Miles and Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner as the Last Shadow Puppets – proved just how memorable the musician’s career was.

From his days in The Flames and The Rascals to his work with Alex Turner and his successful solo career, Miles continues to prove himself as one of the most exciting musicians and performers in the country.

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This notice was published: 2022-05-12 17:32:18

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