Jaws played at The Joiners in Southampton again on Saturday 30th March; I went to see them with my friend Georgia. I saw them on Valentines Day supporting Swim Deep and they were brilliant so obviously I had to see them again.
This gig was different to the previous gig. Jaws didn't seem to fit in with the other bands playing that night as the others were all quite folky and mellow and I think only a handful of people in the crowd had gone to the gig to actually see Jaws. Don't get me wrong, their set was amazing and they performed so well, but I felt sorry for them as it seemed like only half of the crowd wanted to be there. Jaws were fabulous, I just feel the crowd were a let down and it may have ruined their gig as they'd had such a brilliant response before. However, I think the crowd that were there for Jaws were amazing and it was easy to identify those who had gone to see Jaws but the rest of the crowd needed to be swapped/replaced with that of the previous gig in February; it lacked the Swim Deep vibe. 5 *'s for Jaws, 4 *'s for the Jaws fans and 1 * for the remainder of the audience.
Since the Jaws gig I've been on a bit of a Jaws hype and haven't stopped listening to them and yesterday I went round my sister's house for a roast as it was Easter Sunday. I wasn't quite sure what to wear, so I'd decided to take a leaf out of Connor Schofield's book and use him as a fashion icon for the day.
|Connor wore a simple yellow t-shirt with a jazzy patterned shirt over the top, and jeans.|