Post punk godfathers P.K.14 capped off their China tour with a rousing, enthralled performance at Yue Space that left nothing to the imagination and left most of us in the pit a sweaty mess by the end. But then again – what else would one except.
The band has been at the forefront of underground rock for years and they never give anything but one hundred and ten percent each and every time out there. Yang Haisong and company haven’t lost a iota of their spirit, as they torn through old classics and a hell of lot of new singles from their forthcoming new album, which can’t get here soon enough.
Oh, and Lonely Leary, opening – these guys are sounding better and better each time, adding layers upon layers of noise and menace to their sound. They’ve beefed up and frankly their one of the best live acts out there right now. Another album I’m dying to get my hands on.