Last night This Must Be Pop Live took place at The Workshop in Hoxton and it was a great success. All the artists put on a fantastic show and the barman told me he’d never seen the venue so busy for a live music night!
First on stage were The Face, the mysterious new trio who have no music to hear online so far. The good news is their songs, which were written by some of Sweden’s top pop writers, are totally poptastic and the band are great live performers too. They got loads of cheers from the crowd and, impressively for an opening act, got lots of people dancing too!
The second act was teen pop star A*M*E, who has been travelling the UK on a schools tour and played her first ever gig for adults at last night’s show. All five of the songs she performed went down very well, especially her buzz single City Lights and brand new track Heartless. Everyone in the audience agreed that 17-year-old Amy is definitely one to watch.
The final performer of the night was glamorous electro-pop starlet Queen of Hearts, who wowed the audience with great vocals, choreography and a fabulous outfit. She played a mixture of favourites from the EPs she has released so far and new tracks, including one called Like A Drug (written with the lovely Fabien Waltmann) which everyone was raving about after the show.
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Thanks to all the amazing performers, everyone who helped on the night and everyone who came and enjoyed the show. Hope to see you at next one too!
I've never heard Queen of Hearts! I live in America, so I can't come to a concert, but I would love to hear her! What are the names of her EP's that I can listen to?
You can find out more about her here: http://iamqueenofhearts.com