It was at Shea Stadium (no, not that Shea Stadium) in Brooklyn, a venue and studio that anybody who’s anybody frequents. What’s really cool is that because it’s a recording studio, the entire show will probably be available to re-live when they release it.
Watching Mat, you could notice his focus and his voice was fantastic and the lyrics really resonated. For me, Elvis Depressedly always felt like a persona, not a person. Seeing it right in front of me made it feel so incredibly real and solidified my love for them.
“It’s an apology, a desperate plea, but it’s also a kick in the face. It’s so eloquent and a statement of not giving up but realising a weakness.”