Misty Miller played at Cafe Indiependent, Scunthorpe on the 20th April with support from Black Delta Movement and Twisted Revolution.
The opening act was local band Twisted Revolution, who played a short set of their songs from their Liberty Lane EP and their latest single, At Your Door.
The main support for the evening were Hull based band Black Delta Movement. They were the big surprise of the evening for me; the band were very tight and played with such confidence that they could have been the headline act for the evening. Hopefully very soon they will be at that level.
Misty and her band were very quick to get their set going, kicking off with album highlight ‘Happy’ and barely stopping to breathe between song changes. They played songs from her newly released album The Whole Family Is Worried (which I reviewed here) and yet again, Misty was on great form.
Her album took a long time to eventually see the light of day, which was frustrating, but it also meant that Misty has done a LOT of touring whilst getting it finished, and it definitely showed here. Not in a ‘she looks tired’ kind of way but more of a ‘she’s quite good at this’ way.