Disciples Live Show [REVIEW]

If you’ve entered any club scene in the past three years there’s no doubt that you would of heard of the Disciples. The south London trio have given us some of the greatest dance tracks to soundtrack your summers. Working with huge names such as Calvin Harris and David Guetta they’re not a group to ignore.

Despite their huge tracks smashing the charts and getting festival crowds jumping in a number of countries their live shows are pretty non existent. Until this week. The BRIT nominated trio were ready for their biggest headline show yet. February 22nd in Camden’s famous KOKO venue was the place to be and it was a night for them and every fan in there to remember.

The crowds arrived early to the venue all in the hope of getting as good of a spot to the the sell out show as possible. With the main room full and balcony bursting it was time for the platinum selling team to take to the stage.

With a sea of hands raised to the skies the group performed hit after hit including Daylight, How Deep Is Your Love and On My Mind. Centre stage stood the hitmakers lead singer, Nathan Duvall who’s presence stole the full attention of all who had attended. With his distinct sound it was impossible not to join in with belting out the popularly known lyrics.

The energy of the crowd remained high throughout the set as the attention of each fan inside the venue became hooked on the catchy beats. Each individual from front to back seemed to be having the times of their lives and it was no surprise why. The faultless set flew by and before the crowd knew it the encore was over and lights were on.

With their new single 48HRS recently released and rumours of an album to come in the first half of the year their 2018 is shaping up to be a pretty busy one.

If you get the chance to catch the flawless London trio then it’s your lucky year as they’re already booked in for a few festivals over the season including, Snowbombing, Hideout and Creamfeilds and they’re not an act to be missed.

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