Passion Pit// Manchester Academy/ 17.11.12 | LSRadio - Liverpool Student Radio
Passion Pit were good. For tickets that were priced at £13.50, everyone at the gig definitely got their money's worth; and then some. Those who did show up were a strange mix of people. The venue was by no means packed to the rafters and there were good views of the stage all round, this may have been to some degree why the crowd acted in the manner they did. I'm by no means not a fan of the mosh pit, I've seen and been involved in my fair share, but there is a time for a mosh pit; the tracks 'Constant Conversations' and 'It's Not My Fault, I'm Happy' are not that time. Despite this, the band were in fine form and seemed to react well to a crowd momentarily possessed with an in-depth knowledge of irony. Eventually the crowd did calm down, albeit after being told by frontman Michael Angelakos in the aftermath of the song 'It's Not My Fault, I'm Happy' that it was "the first time I've seen a mosh pit to that song". They rattled through the next number of songs at a relentless pace,