The Rescue Rooms archives: 2019

CONFIDENCE MAN, Live At Rescue Rooms

  • Wednesday 12th June 2019
  • Supported by: TBC

Electro-pop Aussie group Confidence Man have taken 2018 by storm. Following the release of their latest album 'Confident Music For Confident People' they're embarking on a headlining tour and stopping off at Nottingham's Rescue Rooms for a fantastic set.

NME- " Confidence Man. It’s a sound somewhere between the synth- and cowbell-driven electro-punk abandon of early LCD Soundsystem and Le Tigre, elevated by a sense of Beck’s genre-remixing spirit and Hot Chip’s knack for a hook, drenched in the sweet psych glaze of Jagwar Ma. Let’s not fuck about, there’s no time for that now. This four-piece from down under didn’t come here to be analysed, they didn’t come here to get heavy – they came here to get down.

If you’ve been blessed enough to see the summer’s greatest festival band live, then you’ll be chuffed to hear that their debut ‘Confident Music For Confident People’ is every bit as hedonistic and balls-out daft as the choreographed Eurovison nightmare you’ve witnessed. leave your inhibitions at the door and raise the fucking roof."