I first saw Jeremy Loops last November when he opened for Twenty One Pilots and I fell in love with him. His show was amazing, so when I found out he was coming back to Oxford I couldn’t miss it. It did not disappoint at all. The Bullingdon was a lovely venue; the staff were wonderful and the small size made for a brilliant intimate gig.
This was unlike any concert I have ever been to, there was an electric energy in the air that kept everyone on edge in the best of ways. I’ve never danced for so long in my life, and didn’t know that I was physically capable of it (and the aches and pains that followed would say that I’m really not). Every single person in that room enjoyed the show and were emotionally invested in the whole thing, as someone who’d been queuing since 11:30 finally getting into the venue was insane.
South African musician Jeremy Loops combines classic folk with beats you’d find in the top charts, this modern folk artist has already made waves in South Africa and I’m honestly surprised he hasn’t over here in the UK. He has a beautiful voice, combined with catchy and moving melodies, you’ll find yourself falling in love with his music. Although we aren’t able to download the album at the moment in the UK (although according to Facebook, Jeremy is looking at a November release) we can listen to ‘Down South’ on repeat, and I am perfectly fine with that.
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