Review: Waterparks – FANDOM: Live In The UK

Before pushing ‘play’ on FANDOM: Live In The UK, here is some important (and, frankly, impressive) context: after filming a gig at the O2 Institute Birmingham in January 2020, Waterparks frontman Awsten Knight and band photographer / videographer Jawn Rocha spent six long months editing the footage that now makes up the band’s concert movie. And it really, really shows. A longtime fan of the ...

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