Touring in support of their early 2017 release the excellent ‘Northern Passages’ it’s difficult to pigeon hole the Sadies sound. Its country, its Americana, its cosmic blues rock, its metal, its seventies Laurel canyon but whatever it is it works.
Its ninety minutes of great songs, great harmonies and great solos from Travis. He is a man on a mission and on blistering form really attacking his guitar. Its frenetic stuff and I’m exhausted just watching it. It’s a barnstorming set and the four piece are tight and focussed.
Dallas holds the show together providing the low key, between song, banter. This being Surrey the band get a round of drinks from one appreciative member of the audience.
A thoroughly enjoyable night with a band it would seem destined to remain under the radar just waiting to be discovered after 15 years.
Word for the venue, they have some great acts there, it’s a nice small size to give the evening that lovely intimate feel and even better, home before eleven which is a bonus.
Keep on rockin y’all