B-Side @ Bunters

Brother & Bones Logo
For All We Know
Back To Shore
Save Your Prayers
(Just Another) Man in Need
To Be Alive
Gold & Silver
Burn This City
Hold Me Like The Sun
Follow Me Down
Good For You 
I See Red
Your Revolution

Don't Forget To Pray 

George Ezra 
Blame It On Me
I'm The King
"miles away from anywhere/we got it back safe and sound"
Angry Hill
Girl From The North Country
Stand By Your Gun
Did You Hear The Rain?

George Ezra supporting Brother & Bones at Bunters, Truro on Concerts in Cornwall

Taking to the stage in a packed room in Bunters, Brother & Bones had the audience in the palm of their hands from the off. From the opening chorus of 'For All We Know' the band were matched in volume by the singing of the adoring crowd.

Bounding off the energy in the room, Brother & Bones smashed through a selection of their material, including three brand new songs, due to be recorded in the coming weeks. Every chrous was met by a room full of singing fans, both in the new and old tracks.

Undoubtably the biggest cheer of the night came when lead singer Richard Thomas started playing the stripped back acoustic track 'Gold & Silver'. Clearly a fan-favourite, this track proved to be the standout moment of the night. Joined by the ful band after this, they raced through some of their biggest songs, including the mighty 'Hold Me Like The Sun', 'Follow Me Down' and 'I See Red' - all met with crowd surfers, mosh pits and foot stamping throughout the tiny venue.

Richard's presence on stage, combined with his energetic and passionate guitar playing, captured the attention of the whole room, whilst the rest of the band added a rich and pounding backdrop to the music.

The last time Brother & Bones played at Bunters it was voted the Best Small Gig of the Year by What's On readers , if last night was anything to go by, they could be in for a similar accolade this year. Without a doubt a band to keep an eye on in the future.