On day two of the Triton Festival, I was not able to take my camera to the show (guess I was too lucky the first day). Not having my camera totally sucked… However here are a few phone pictures and a super short video of LAM’s performance, as well as what I wore.
I wore three skirts this time and some old leg-wear on my arms. Opted for my trusty and most comfortable boots; these Dr. Martens won’t rip apart.
Here’s a make up close up. The lace head-band was actually a very pretty portion of some underwear. I added the pearl necklace I wore the first day on my head as well.
On our way to the show.
THE SHOW (in phone vision):
I was totally looking forward to Ego Likeness performance. They rocked! I would love to see them again, because they are awesome musicians/artists/people. *fanmode* ♥
I managed to get Donna Lynch’s autograph. I hope to get Steven Archer’s next time.
Psyclon Nine were very entertaining as their vocalist Nero Bellum went crowd surfing and was pretty approachable during the show. I missed their earlier dark electro sound. On a note to self: I’m not fond of the North-American-crossover-bands-trend that now have an industrial metal sound meets black metal aesthetic; seems boring to me.
I danced during the whole Faderhead set. These two Germans truly know how to party! Go see them live, your body will not regret it. 😀
Sean from London After Midnight and me. Picture credit by Willie, Thank you! (I just added loads of contrast to the picture).
LAM‘s performance was beautiful. I just gazed in amazement.
Here’s a picture from The Birthday Massacre. At this point I just wanted to get back home and sleep…
This is a very short video montage of what I recorded with my phone from the marvellous LAM performance: