Molly Millington played a brief set filled with a great deal of banter, and perhaps some of that was nervousness. Some awkward space between songs aside, the set carried well.
Ladyhawke’s performance was strong through and through. There was something about it that made the whole thing feel intimate. Just real cosy, friendly stuff. I’m not sure if I could say what specifically made the performance feel like this; it likely was everything, but overall it was just really good, really joyous and wholly worthwhile.
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Ladyhawke will be performing in Melbourne at The Corner Hotel this Sunday.