Sounding better than ever, Hundred Reasons rocked up an energetic gig last night, at the O2 Academy in Islington, London. Formed in the early noughties, the Surrey-based band gained mass following from the start, before they had even released an album.
It was clear that many of those diehard fans were in the crowd last night, from the incredible reception to what singer, Colin Doran described as "old s**t", from their first album, Ideas Above Our Station. The lively set included such classics as Falter, I'll Find You and Silver, which delighted the crowd and generated many sing-a-long moments.
The bands fourth album, Quick the Work, Sharp the Action, is due to be re-released on April 13th, and their new material sounded just as good as their previous hits. Nearly a decade on, the band have past the test of time with a gig that was as good as the old days.