Live: SPINN // The Garage, London
After the release of their self-titled debut album, SPINN made a stop at The Garage, with some mates in tow.
Hailing from Liverpool, SPINN brought their youthful indie pop sound to brighten up a Thursday night. Along for the ride was Bright Orange Spectacle, Castells, and Only Sun.
Taking front and centre, it was easy to see why their live shows have become something of a talking point. Lead singer Johnny Quinn owns the stage. It was surprising to see a frontman at this level take to the stage with such buoyancy and self-assurance. Johnny seemed to be as comfortable up there as any career musician.
It is easy to see why SPINN describe themselves as ‘#approachablelads’, as they are simply up there to do what they love for those who follow them, and it definitely translates. Even if you are unfamiliar with their music, their unadulterated approach to performing is endearing as much as it is entertaining. Having been in the biz since at least 2017, and one debut album under their belt, their classic indie pop approach was tight, and oozed conviction.
Photos: Lauren Clarke