Miles Kane warms up for Alex Turner slot with storming show
The Rascals played the Festival Republic Stage at the Leeds Festival this afternoon (August 22), the first of frontman Miles Kane‘s two shows today.
With the new bands’ tent packed out, The Rascals played a taught set of songs from their recently-released debut album ‘Rascalize’.
With Kane‘s bandmates drummer Greg Mighall and bassist Joe Edwards providing a storming backing, the trio inspired a frantic moshpit at the front of the tent throughout their set.
Wrapping up with forthcoming single ‘I’ll Give You Sympathy’ and an extended version of closer ‘Is It Too Late’, Kane and co left the stage to loud football-style chants of “Rascals, Rascals“.
The Rascals played:
‘Does Your Husband Know That You’re On The Run’
‘Out Of Dreams’
‘Fear Invicted Into The Perfect Strange’
‘Stockings To Suit’
‘I’ll Give You Sympathy’
‘Is It Too Late’
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