Pendulm Live Review
MTV News was there to witness the dance act's attack on Somerset House...
There was something out of place whenPendulumblasted off into the mish mash of melodic, guitar led drum n bass that we all know and love.
As expected Granite and Propane Nightmares got the biggest response, reminding us why their reputation for live music is so great.
The long intro’s and epic build ups with vocals by Rob Swire certainly made the crowd go mad but soon threatened to get a bit repetitive.
But just as the mood was plummeting they dropped The Other Side, quickly followed by Showdown and everyone descended into hyper madness once more.
As the night drew to a close, the flashing lights got more energetic, the instrumentals got more ambitious and everyone’s dance moves got so big the mosh pit extended to every side of the atmospheric quad.
Definitely a band to be seen live, Pendulum proved you don’t need a stadium of fans you just need dedicated ones who will dance!