Thomas Headon returned to London on Friday night, for a sold-out show at the 2,300 capacity venue, O2 Forum Kentish Town. The show was the second of his 4 show UK tour, which is a perfect warm-up ahead of his highly anticipated co-headline US tour with Alfie Templeman, that’s due to kick off in Anaheim in November. The talented Australian singer-songwriter took to the stage with his 3-piece band, and they put on an incredibly energetic performance from start to finish. The set began with his catchy tracks “How Do I Know?” And “Strawberry Kisses”, which had the entire crowd dancing and singing along enthusiastically. Thomas then chose to slow it down temporarily and perform his touching track “Butterflies”, at which point he climbed off the stage to join his fans at the barrier. This has become a tradition for the singer when performing this song and it creates a truly intimate moment between both him and his fans, it is beautiful to witness.
The setlist included many songs from Thomas’ Victoria EP, which was released earlier this year, including the title track “Victoria”, “Nobody Has To Know” and “The Most Beautiful Thing”. Thomas also played two unreleased tracks, the first being the captivating track “I Loved A Boy” and the second being “Georgia”, which the singer has been teasing on TikTok for a while now. Headon announced just before playing the song that “Georgia” will officially be coming out on the 9th November, you can pre-order the track here. He closed the show with the upbeat song “UrbanAngel1999”, which sent Headon and the audience crazy one last time before the show came to a close.
Thomas Headon had two talented support acts at the show, Will Joseph Cook and Harriette who both put on brilliant performances ahead of the headliner.
Check out our photo coverage of the show below:
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Photos and words by Megan Wales-Harding.
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