After 2 years of rescheduling, JP Saxe’s Feelings Are Stupid Tour finally arrived in London on Thursday night, and we can confirm it was definitely worth the wait. JP put on an incredible performance to the full crowd at Heaven, making sure to involve the audience as much as possible. You could tell how special and important the night was to him. It takes a lot of confidence to perform on stage solo to hundreds of people with just a guitar and keyboard, especially when it was the Canadian singer-songwriter’s first-ever headline show outside of North America, but JP was a natural on the stage! The setlist included many of his songs including “25 in Barcelona”, “Hold It Together” and “If The World Was Ending”.
As Heaven is an LGBTQ+ nightclub on Thursday nights, JP was on a strict time limit, however he made sure to make the most of all available time to give the fans the best possible experience. To finish his set he asked the fans to suggest a song for him to perform, as you can imagine lots of his song titles were shouted out, so he took it upon himself to perform a beautiful mash-up of “Like That”, “Hey Stupid I Love You”, “Line By Line” and “Golf On TV”. After the mash-up, he treated fans to one last song, “Love v. Logic”, which was the perfect way to end such a special night.
JP personally took to the stage to introduce his incredibly talented support acts, Luz and Victoria Canal, who both put on brilliant performances ahead of JP’s set.
Check out our photo coverage of the show below:
Catch JP Saxe on his UK and European dates of the Feelings Are Stupid Tour here.
Photos and words by Megan Wales-Harding.
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