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Live review: Arrows of Love at Norwich Sound and Vision

PUBLISHED: 15:24 12 October 2012 | UPDATED: 16:46 12 October 2012

Arrows of Love

Arrows of Love

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Arrows of Love, Hog in Armour, Norwich

Arrows of Love sound like a deranged Dandy Warhols before their sound started accompanying Vodaphone adverts.

Their raw noise sounded great in the space and the brutal, Nirvana-like loud bits contrasted wonderfully with the wide-eyed down-the-barrell-of-a-gun vocals.

The final track bursts into a monstrous frenzy as the singer tore through the sizeable crowd like a bull in a china shop. A thoroughly enjoyable assault on my ears.

Speaking to the singer outside the venue he said that Norwich was becoming a “second home” for the band, so they will undoubtedly be returning this way in the near future.


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