The crowd tonight can be described in two words - multicultural and relaxed. Eventim Apollo’s interior lighting of green and pink provide a warm aura surrounding the thousands of roots rock fans waltzing through the doors.
For a band gaining recognition for vulgar displays and shirtless antics, it is surprising to see dozens of blazer-bearing suits and boots sinking after work pints in the Electric Ballroom tonight - hardly a fitting scene for the boardroom regulars.
Stepping onto Brixton Academy’s well-loved sloped floor, one gets a welcoming sense of electric excitement. This is King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard’s largest show to date, after all, and fanatics are piling in en masse.