I have been a fan of one direction for as long as I can remember, so when they took a break from being in the band I was pretty heartbroken, not only because I was a fan of them as people but I was a fan of their music. But ever since they started their own solo career, I have been unsurprisingly mesmerised with all the new music they’ve released.
Out of all the boys, Niall was probably the one who I knew from the start would release music that I would want to hear all the time, the kind of music I could belt out and dance along too. So when I found out he was going on tour, I was so bloody excited! Without a doubt, Niall Horan delivered a musically beautiful performance, in which I can confidently say that everyone at the Brixton show was fully immersed in the concert. Being able to experience his music in a smaller venue, made the experience even more special, not only was he socialising with the crowd but he made the concert intimate.
I think the most memorable moment of the concert was standing in a crowd full of fans of both Niall and One Direction, singing the lyrics to Drag Me Down at the top of our lungs, and not caring how stupid we looked. Those moments when the crowd is embracing the music and everyone is having the time of their lives, not having a care in the world is one of my favourite things about concerts.
All the laughing, singing and dancing just shows that it was a night to remember.
- On the loose
- The tide
- This town
- Paper houses
- You and me
- Dancing in the dark (Bruce Springsteen Cover)
- Seeing blind
- Too much to ask
- Fool’s Gold (One Direction Cover)
- So long
- Since we’re alone
- Fire away
- Crying in the club (Camila Cabello Cover)
- Drag me down (One Direction Cover)
- Slow hands
- On my own
Love Sharuni xx
//5th April 2018//