Northern rock revivalists fail to ignite the European festival crowd.
Despite the 30 degree temperatures during the day, Liam Gallagher is still resplendent in one of his Pretty Green parka’s. The Britpop icon’s coat may be the only thing supplying him warmth however, as the Austrian crowd are none too fussed about the average fare on display.
Despite a strong opening of ‘Four Letter Word‘ and ‘The Roller‘, the crowd are largely motionless and remain so for the rest of the set.
“Is it that bad?” asks Liam after ‘Bring The Light‘, slowly growing more aggressive. “Thank you for staying here, paying attention, looking like you’re interested” he laments before closer Sons Of The Stage.
Sadly, yet understandably, with their current material Beady Eye are only going to be held in high regard in Britain.
Beady Eye are scheduled to play Reading Festival 2011 and Leeds Festival 2011 next weekend, headling the NME/Radio One Stage.
Kasabian, Rise Against and Elbow are scheduled to play FM4 Frequency Festival 2011 in Austria this weekend, follow Virtual Festivals on Twitter for the latest news from Frequency 2011.