Following on from the success of the first day of Glasgow’s TRNSMT festival, The Ninth Wave have their work cut out for them at the official Propaganda TRNSMT after-party, as they play to an audience who had just experienced the unbelievable two-and-a-half-hour set from Radiohead and hadn’t quite had just enough yet.
However, The Ninth Wave take the stage to perform to an enthusiastic, packed audience who give them an extremely warm welcome.
The short but sweet set does not lack spirit or confidence, as both the audience and the band themselves seem to be enjoying the electric atmosphere and intense energy.
Blasting through their catalogue at a hurtling pace, the four-piece are on ferocious form.
The Ninth Wave do a fantastic job of showcasing their eclectic tracks and impressive musical and performance ability and the band will, without a doubt, have picked up a great deal of new fans as well as delighting existing, devout fans.
The energy continues well into the night as the ABC audience were treated to a DJ set from TRNSMT main stage performers Everything Everything.
Earlier in the day, the band performed a successful, packed set of their funk-pop hits to a large audience at Glasgow Green, and their DJ set was just as much of a success.
The playlist, as expected, included many of the band’s indie pop contemporaries, which was met by a hugely positive reception from the young, lively audience.
Everything Everything fit the bill perfectly with their DJ set and does not disappoint in carrying on the positive vibes which radiated throughout the first ever day of TRNSMT.
Words: Orla Brady