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Band Review: Kid Amelia



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Kid Amelia are a 4-piece indie/alt-rock band hailing from Nottingham. 


For fans of - The 1975, Catfish and The Bottlemen, Nothing but Thieves, Arctic Monkeys and The Xcerts 


I'd heard of them before seeing them with The Mocking Jays, however, that was the first time I'd seen them live. They're quite a good band, and I do love finding a good local band that I can support. They have a good sound, it's unique, it's similar to The Xcerts but it has their own little twist on it.

They're the sort of band that if I was at a gig or festival that I was at as well, and they didn't clash then I'd probably go and see them again. They're not a band that I'll be dying to attend every gig for because that's something that's a struggle for me with bands.

I will say that their live performance was a lot better than expected, and by that, I don't mean their musical performance, I mean the lighting and the masks and the little details. They did well, and I would happily see them again. I will be trying to keep up with them the best I can, and I think we will see them on the blog a bit more as well.

Overall, I'm going to give them 4 out of 5 lemons, and I do recommend that you go and check them out! You might love them if you like the bands I mentioned above.


Where To Find Kid Amelia:

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How To Contact me:

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