“You are blowing my mother-fucking mind”
The undeniable grungy-soul kidd scream’s back at the trance like audience, who had been tirelessly screaming his name fifteen minutes before he even touched the stage.
The glam rock kidd held the oddly complied audience of Heavan’s flamboyant regulars and middle aged stay-at-home mum’s needing to rebel from the school run in the palm of his hand, while preforming Taboo on his knees with image contrasting silky smooth vocals.
The Iggy pop’s soulful apprentice styled performance was framed by dirty rock background dancers, in layers of smudged make-up dominatrix style leather and torn fishnets.
Vince effortlessly transitioned with perfect vocals between original tracks ‘Last Train’ and ‘Smother Me’ into covers of Drake’s ‘HYFR’ and The Voice Famed ‘Like A Virgin’ backed by a group of intoxicated middle aged women.
A seemingly odd collaboration made perfect sense when opening act Lady Leshurr joined him to close the 45minute show with a sexy mix of Rihanna’s ‘Birthday Cake Cake Cake’, Lenny Kravitz guitar heavy ‘Fly Away’ and a undisputed crowd favorite in their new single ’Sick Love’.
Review by Venessa Byron (@VenessaLB)