The London trio covered Tweet and Amerie in their short set
Juce played to a packed out Jack Rocks The Macbeth in London last night (October 10).
The London girl group were joined by a live drummer and guitarist as they ran through a short set featuring their own summery R&B and covers.
Taking to the stage at 10:30pm, the trio wore metallic outfits and showed off some synchronised dance moves as they opened with recent single ‘Burning Up’. Lead singer Chalin told the heaving crowd: “This is our second time here,” referring to one of the band’s debut shows, which took place at the venue in May of this year.
Midway through Juce’s set, they treated the audience to a cover of Tweet’s collaboration with Missy Elliott, ‘Oops (Oh My)’, mashed up with Amerie’s ‘1 Thing’. They then brought things to a close with unreleased song ‘6th Floor’ and their debut song ‘Call You Out’. “You’ve been incredible, we’ve been Juce,” Chalin announced to the venue as the final song came to a close. “We have more for you next time.”
‘Oops (Oh My)’
‘Call You Out’
Jack Daniel’s, in association with NME and Spotify, are collaborating with Hoxton music venue The Macbeth to create a new hub for shows from bands big and small, as well as workshops and Q&As.
Kele is next to play Jack Rocks The Macbeth (October 13) for which tickets can be won here
For more information on what’s coming up at the venue head to NME.COM/jackrocks.
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