Jimmys is always full of character, especially on a weekend, and this Saturday wasn’t any different. But this week, Bloxx brought a new crowd to the quirky venue.
Kicking off the night were, The Hubbard’s with their alternative rock sound. The band interacted with the room, which was gradually filling, in between songs before introducing the growing audience to a new song, Your Love. The group lifted the atmosphere in the room as everyone became more excited to see Bloxx.
Walking on to a tuneful backing track, Bloxx began with a powerful song, drawing the now packed room closer to the stage. Their next song, Coke, was slightly slower, but just as charismatic and bold. The female-fronted band have a dynamic sound, powered by enticing riffs and strong vocals. taking influence from classic indie hits alongside a combination of grunge and rock, the band have a unique style, that anyone would feel comfortable listening to. The group then went on to treat the venue to a couple of new songs including unreleased, Monday. With Manchester being the last stop on their UK tour, the band were met with were met With nothing but enthusiasm from the sold out venue, the crowd were enjoying and immersing themselves into every track, singing and dancing along with the band.
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