As arguably the most unpredictably raw and preposterously intense live band of the past decade, one would expect Brighton five-piece The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster to have calmed down by now. While many of their peers from back in the day have long since fallen by the wayside, Guy McKnight and co. appear to have embraced maturity with a snarl and a casual shrug of the shoulders if tonight's larger than life performance is anything to go by.
The Eighties Matchbox B-line Disaster
In The Garden
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