REVIEW gig Passport To Stockholm Union Chapel, London

Oh What A Night!

So I was given the pleasure to photograph a great up and coming indie pop band called Passport To Stockholm. I can say, hand on my heart, that this was one of the best gigs I've been too, simply because of the stunning and majestic venue, London's Union Chapel.

Over the last 25 years, the church was almost left for ruin and became derelict, but now it is a shelter for the homeless, a place of worship and a home of live music. The towering ceiling makes foe perfect acoustics, and the stained glass windows adorning the walls makes for a beautiful backdrop. It truly was a pleasure for the eyes and ears and for a photographer, I was in heaven.

Even Barney, the lead singer called it a "bucket list" venue, admitting that it was really intimidating to play in such a venue but a few songs in and they soon embraced the uniqueness.

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