What A Night with the Loveable Rogues!

On June 1st, a large number of fans had travelled from across the UK to the FutureProof party at the Islington Academy in London, for which the incredible Loveable Rogues were the headline act!

Joined by a large number of other acts, including FutureProof, Kingsland Road, In Hindsight, Canary Swing, Rewind and the Loveable Rogue’s friend Tich, the lads thoroughly impressed the packed crowd.

Loveable Rogues, consisting of Sonny, Té and Eddie – more well known for coming in fourth place during their time on the sixth season of Britain’s Got Talent – entertained the crowd at the end of the afternoon with an incredible performance, which had both old and new fans singing and dancing along.

It was obvious to see that the trio enjoy performing live and are very humble when listening to the fans singing their lyrics back to them and dancing along to their tunes.

The group made sure to include fan favourites Love Sick and What A Night to their setlist, which gained the largest response from the crowd who waited through 4 hours of other performers to hear these guys play and it was well worth the wait!

‘Honest’ from the boys EP of the same name (which is currently available on ITunes!) also made an appearance on their impressive setlist. The alternative pop track is very catchy and those who weren’t fans of the lads previously were able to catch on and sing along with them.

We definitely recommend that you see these boys live as their tracks are catchy and their live performance is impeccable!

Brumotions gives their performance 5/5 Microphones!

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Why not watch the video of their performance of ‘What A Night’ from the gig on Sunday and let us know what you think!

Introducing Bailey McConnell…

Once again, we here at Brumotions were struck by Britain’s Got Talent fever and couldn’t take our eyes off our TV screens during Saturday’s show (even during the advertisements… Don’t judge!)

Like most, we enjoyed watching the weird and wonderful acts gracing the audition stages around the country!

However, this week, one act in particular caught our eye, this was 14-year-old singer, songwriter Bailey McConnell.

The young singer from Milton Keynes impressed the judges with a song he had written concerning a fallout with a close friend and the heartache that comes along with it – which left the judges smiling and our beloved David Walliams stating “What is there not to like about you!”

Bailey also wowed the audience, leaving a trail of broken hearts with his cheeky grin, perfect vocals and smooth guitar playing serenading the audience, leaving everyone wanting to find out more.

So don’t miss out on this amazing talent! If you haven’t already… or even if you have, it’s too good not to watch again, so make sure to check out his performance from Saturday’s show, below:

(No images or video footage included is our own)