It’s election night in America and on televisions across the world, but in Kentish Town, London it’s all about Funeral For A Friend.
The Forum is packed full and despite the chilly climes outside, there is steam rising from the sweaty shoulders of the moshpit, leaving the venue rather humid.
Mixing classics like ‘Escape Artists Never Die’ with fresher cuts from their recent album, Memory And Humanity, the set was balanced as well as varied.
Playing those old songs gave all those here who have followed the band from the start exactly what they wanted while the new songs were played to new and old fans alike. The reaction was the same, regardless.
There were shoes and CDs flung onstage, hands raised, calls answered and riffs slain tonight.
It was just another Funeral For a Friend show.
Funeral For A Friend @ London Forum photo gallery by Lynsey Wright