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Stand Atlantic @ Dynamo, Eindhoven

CONCERT REVIEW: Stand Atlantic Take On Eindhoven In Headliner Capacity

It’s been quite a while since Stand Atlantic played a show on Dutch soil, but last night, amid a warm Spring period, Stand Atlantic took on Dynamo, Eindhoven to introduce the Dutch fans to their 2 new albums since they last set foot in The Netherlands. Stand Atlantic‘s show was an absolute explosion of energy, mosh pits, and crowd surfers. From start to finish, the Australian pop-punk band delivered an energetic show of epic proportions.

From the very first chord, mosh pits erupted and crowd surfers soared above the sea of heads, creating an atmosphere of unbridled and never-ending enthusiasm. The band’s high-octane performance was matched by the crowd’s intensity, resulting in an exhilarating synergy that would last the entire night. Stand Atlantic knew exactly how to ignite the crowd’s passion, and they revelled in the uproar they had unleashed.

The setlist was carefully curated with a heavy focus on the aforementioned two most recent albums, unsurprisingly, perfectly placed between fan-favourite older tracks and the band’s brand new single Kill[h]er which also managed to get a big rise of out the fans in the crowd. The Stand Atlantic show crossed all boxes on the sweaty pop-punk club show, which signature is characterized by its interactive nature, inviting the audience to actively participate in the performance. Sing-alongs, call-and-response chants, and crowd-surfing, so many crowd-surfing, become the norm, as the fans become an integral part of the show. Stand Atlantic’s performance last night in Eindhoven was no exception.

In addition to their musical prowess, Stand Atlantic‘s stage presence was magnetic. Bonnie Fraser commanded the stage with captivating energy, effortlessly engaging with the audience and crew, as they welcomed their tour photographer on stage for a birthday song, and fostering a sense of unity among fans. In-between songs they were often chatting with the audience, showing genuine appreciation for their support and sharing their excitement for being back.

Stand Atlantic‘s headliner show was a whirlwind of high-energy, mosh pits, and crowd surfers. The band’s captivating performance and infectious enthusiasm enveloped the crowd. If you have the chance to catch Stand Atlantic live this summer or later this year as they open for Waterparks, do not hesitate. Their music is epic and their live show matches it in every way.

Get a glimpse of what the show looked like in the gallery below!

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Glenn van den Bosch