Review: Kids In Glass Houses, The Wedgewood Rooms

Kids in Glass Houses
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Kids in Glass Houses rocked the Wedgewood Rooms with a set packed full of fan favourites and new material to provide a great night of entertainment.

The Cardiff five-piece emerged on stage to the theme tune of Breaking Bad before launching into Peach, the title track of their latest album released last week.

‘I want to see everybody get up off their feet!’ said frontman Aled Phillips and the admiring crowd were only too happy to oblige from start to finish.

Popular tracks included Give Me What I Want and Artbreaker I, both from their 2010 album Dirt. The group impressed with their boundless energy and enthusiasm, with Phillips demonstrating excellent showmanship and audience interaction at all times throughout the gig.

The exciting rock prospects have provided support for music industry giants such as the Lost Prophets and Stereophonics. However, this performance proved their worth as a headline act.

Support was provided by Cartel and Propellers.