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Live Review: Don't Forget Rupert






So on the 4th of December, Don't Forget Rupert played their Christmas show, and let me tell you, it was the best set they've put on.

They opened the set with Long Time Coming and after Ben gave me a lil shoutout for my tattoo, and it meant a lot to me for the pure fact that he remembered that. We got the old classics which are being resurrected which I'm quite happy about. We also had a couple of covers one of them being Someone You Loved by Lewis Capaldi.

The energy in a DFR set is always next level and never something to complain about, however, this time it was next level. The atmosphere was amazing because it was such a small intimate show. It was one of them gigs that you won't forget, because it was pretty great.

We all got a lil party bag as well and we got a CD of the old songs but remastered, and boy yall ain't ready. It was such a great show and I can't explain how amazing their performance was and honestly if you get the chance to see Don't Forget Rupert live then please take the opportunity and do so because you won't regret it. They're such an incredible band and it was nice that my first gig this year was seeing them, and my second to last gig of the year was seeing them, and it was a perfect way to end the year. Please go and show them some love because they deserve it so much!

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