REVIEW: Deaf Havana, Engine Rooms, Southampton
English rock band Deaf Havana performed an intimate show in front of a sold-out crowd at the Engine Rooms in Southampton.
After releasing their latest album, All These Countless Nights, earlier this year, the band are currently headlining shows across the UK along with support bands Decade and Blackfoxxes.
After their entertaining sets, Deaf Havana hit the stage.
They opened with a song called Fever from their latest album, which instantly had the crowd singing and dancing along.
There was a supportive and energetic vibe which continued throughout the show as the band connected and spoke with the audience regularly and thanked them for coming to watch them play.
After a few songs, the band slowed down their set and played a couple of acoustic numbers, to which the fans continued to sing along as loud as they could, filling the room with a sense of community.
The set majored on songs from the All These Sleepless Nights album, with a few older and reworked songs too. The band finished with Caro Padre before exiting the stage to cheers and applause.
Soon fans began to chant for one more song. Then Deaf Havana returned to the stage for an amazing encore.
They performed their hits Trigger and Boston Square before playing Anemophobia Part 2, an old song they had never performed live before which left their fans wanting more.