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TRAMLINES: Welsh band rock sweaty Sheffield venue

Funeral for a Friend played to a packed and sweaty Corporation.

Funeral for a Friend played to a packed and sweaty Corporation.

 

Funeral for a Friend, 
Corporation

Lengthy queues built up outside Corporation as festival-goers flocked to see Welsh quintet Funeral for a Friend – and those lucky enough to get in were treated to a proper rock show.

Led by frontman Matthew Davies-Kreye, the Bridgend band tore through a 60-minute set packed with classic tracks and ending with top-20 hits Juneau, Streetcar and Escape Artists Never Die.

The capacity crowd coupled with the scorching weather outside made for a incredibly hot and sweaty gig inside, but the energy on show from those on stage – particularly Davies-Kreye and guitarist Gavin Burrough – was just reward for those who braved the heat.

 

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