Liverpool Calling sounded to all and sundry at St. Luke’s Church. Getintothis’ Gaz Jones was altar-side to capture the best of the afternoon’s performances.
A healthy smattering of talent from Liverpool and beyond, representing the past, present and future of British music took to the stage in a venue that has long been a symbol of the city’s steadfast spirit and ingenuity under pressure.
Read Getintothis‘ verdict on British Sea Power’s set and the rest of the musical festivities here.
Getintothis’ Gaz Jones caught the cream of the crop in full flow.
A view into a secret garden at Liverpool Calling, St. Luke’s Church
British Sea Power’s Yan preached his own sermons at Liverpool Calling
Amsterdam’s healthy outfit take to the stage at Liverpool Calling
Detuned Radio were on song at Liverpool Calling
Obstacles strike a fitting pose at St. Luke’s Church for Liverpool Calling
Oxygen Thieves gave themselves room to breathe with a great set at Liverpool Calling
Filter Distortion viewed through a different filter at Liverpool Calling
The Mono LPs brought forth sound from all sides at Liverpool Calling
Vasa rocked and rolled at Liverpool Calling
The Shadow Theatre get ’em hooked early at Liverpool Calling
Further reading on Getintothis:
Wolf Alice, The Shadow Theatre, Mohebbi: The Shipping Forecast, Liverpool
By the Sea, Filter Distortion: Leaf Cafe, Bold Street Liverpool
4 Men 4 Mencap: Brian Nash, Ian McNabb and Ian Prowse: The Zanzibar, Liverpool