The kids are alright

Sit Down In Front. Picture by Chris Morgan​

Gisborne punk rock band Sit Down in Front’s star continues to ascend with a performance as support act at a sell-out Villainy concert at the Powerstation in Auckland on Saturday.

“Punk giants Fidlar sprang to mind immediately in terms of both vocal style and theme, with songs such as Confessions of a Pie Thief and First World Problems — a track about regrettable haircuts and a sorry lack of dipping sauce options,” enthused reviewer Molly O’Brien.

The Rock Drive radio show gave the lads another shout-out next morning when they quoted photographer Chris Morgan who was at the show.

“Sit Down In Front finished their set at the Powerstation to a screaming crowd wanting more,” said Morgan.

A lot of people commented about how similar it was to a Sex Pistols concert, the photographer said. SDIF have also been named in the nation’s top 20 Rockquest bands (results will be released tomorrow) — and on Saturday the attention-grabbers are back at Smash as support act for Uni-fi.

Gisborne punk rock band Sit Down in Front’s star continues to ascend with a performance as support act at a sell-out Villainy concert at the Powerstation in Auckland on Saturday.

“Punk giants Fidlar sprang to mind immediately in terms of both vocal style and theme, with songs such as Confessions of a Pie Thief and First World Problems — a track about regrettable haircuts and a sorry lack of dipping sauce options,” enthused reviewer Molly O’Brien.

The Rock Drive radio show gave the lads another shout-out next morning when they quoted photographer Chris Morgan who was at the show.

“Sit Down In Front finished their set at the Powerstation to a screaming crowd wanting more,” said Morgan.

A lot of people commented about how similar it was to a Sex Pistols concert, the photographer said. SDIF have also been named in the nation’s top 20 Rockquest bands (results will be released tomorrow) — and on Saturday the attention-grabbers are back at Smash as support act for Uni-fi.

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