First Aid Kit
Best: The atmosphere when Johanna allows front row singing Emmylou end.
Worst: The lack of aces up its sleeve.
First Aid Kit is phenomenal – but the bonus is missing in the final at Way Out West play.
Johanna and Klara Söderberg opens with the lion’s roar whilst the rain clouds will find Castle Forest. It feels almost arranged. A gold glittery waterfall obscures since the scene in Stay gold and that is as far as we come into effect.
First Aid Kit has no contrived mannerisms. They trust their talents. It is liberating prestige and what made them great. They stand on the same ground as us (literally, when they appeared at the festival site before). The story of how the street musicianship earned money for Fleet Foxes WoW gig in 2008 is charming.
There is no doubt that the First Aid Kit deserving of getting close the festival. But I’m waiting for the ace up its sleeve, which makes the show more special than their earlier at the Way Out West. I’m waiting for Patti, Emmylou when Amasons amazing Amanda Bergman visits. It is refreshing but short and leaves me somewhat disappointed. Beautiful Simon & amp; Garfunkel Covern America and a phenomenal Emmylou’s plaster on the wound and it’s not bad at all, really.