Oscar live at The Harley review


The support act on the night came from PC Music esque Girli:



At first making a few people in the crowd uncomfortable, she quickly won them over with what her Facebook page describes as “Bubblegum Pop Brit Rap Punk Electronic”, dragging a few very enthusiastic fans of hers onto the stage towards the end of her set to dance.

Having seen Oscar live before earlier in the year at Outlines Festival, I sort of knew what to expect from him. However, since February Oscar has released his debut album, Cut and Paste, and with it his live show has expanded to include these new songs, and his single ‘Breaking my Phone’ came with an extra slice of Girli, as she features on an updated version of the track.


Oscar played lots of the songs from Cut and Paste, as well as a few older cuts like 15, and ending on recent AIM Best Video Award winning single ‘Sometimes.’ The only bad thing that came out of the show really was that I had Daffodil Days in my head for a good few days.

Oscar takes up the guitar for ‘Sometimes’



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