Shebeen Bandroom tonight to catch the joint headlining tour by Major Leagues and Bloods. The first act for the night was Melbourne's Zone Out, a four piece with a female lead singer/guitarist, drummer and keyboard player, and male guitarist. Their set contained very dreamy indie sounding songs with some nice harmonies sung in the choruses by the lead singer and keyboardist.
To determine the next band to play there was a rock, paper, scissors contest between the two co-headliners. Brisbane's Major Leagues lost so they were up second. It was good to see yet another female dominated indie band. The three ladies took turns singing lead vocals, although it was difficult to hear them at times due to a bit of a muddy mix up front. Their set included a cover of "Pure Shores" by the UK girl group All Saints.
The final act for the night was Sydney punk trio Bloods (the main reason I wanted to see this gig). We were lucky to be treated to a lot of new songs that they are currently recording, including the new single "Want It." They also played old faves such as "No Fun," "Into My Arms," "Hailing Down," "Goodnight," and "Bodies." It was an awesome set full of great energy from the band and the new material sounds really promising. As the lights went up Crowded House's "Don't Dream It's Over" was played over the speakers in honor of the end of the tour.
Here is Bloods with "Want It"