CONCERT REVIEW: Nothing But Thieves Play Biggest Dutch Show To Date
We, music fans from the Netherlands, were very quick to acknowledge the raw talent that indie rock band Nothing But Thieves had to offer, which makes it come as no surprise that throughout the years, we have seen Nothing But Thieves grow when it came to the shows that they played in The Netherlands throughout the years.
Their success reached new heights on their current trek through Europe to support the release of their new album Moral Panic, as they stopped off in Amsterdam to play a sold-out show in Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome, one of the biggest music venues, which can hold up to 12.500 fans for a show.
It is no suprise that Nothing But Thieves have grown to become one of the biggest indie rock acts of modern times and if you’ve ever been to one of their shows, you have living proof of that. These gentlemen play as exceptional live as they do on their studio-albums.
Armed with favourites from the first two albums and the 2018 EP and a new arsenal of songs from the Moral Panic complete edition album, it must have been tough to select a setlist which includes the singles as well as a nice mix of new songs, but they truly knocked it out of the park.
For a visual representation of the evening, check out the gallery below. Courtesy of Eva van den Bosch