Hot Water Music - Leeds Festival 2011 review
'The Gainsville rockers are fast, relentless and passionate'
Graeme Johnston - 26 August 2011
Despite the spacious crowd, Hot Water Music come out and hit a devoted crowd with some unhinged, stoner-driven punk rock that makes the relentless Leeds Festival rain outside seem like a distant problem for others to worry about.
Short on the mosh pits the Lock Up stage is renowned for, there is still more than enough horn throwing, fist pumping and bouncing to get the blood of a chorus-echoing mob pumping.
Fast, relentless, passionate, the Gainsville rockers call on nearly two decades of experience tonight and it shows.
"We cannot thank you enough for all your years of support," they announce before launching into one last vicious blast.
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