Pop-punk princess Bronnie shook the room at her headline show in London’s O2 Academy Islington, and we have all the tea from our front row access.
Her rocking show and iconic tour Love Letters & Hate Mail, named after her incredible new EP, was supported by three amazing acts who gave us endless amounts of talent to admire.
All The ‘Girls’ Were Screaming For Tristan
Firstly, Tristan Maxted brought us a beautiful acoustic performance, starting with ‘Someone Like You’ by Adele, showing off his amazing vocal range. He followed with his songs ‘Girls’ and ‘Crystalline.’ He wowed the audience with a hauntingly stunning cover of ‘Shallow’ from A Star Is Born.
Our Next Punk Obsession- Danny Wright
Bringing us all the punk vibes, Danny rocked up in his checkered Vans and matching guitar, performing an awesome cover of ‘Emo Girl’ by Machine Gun Kelly. His songs ‘American Dream’ and ‘I Hate Everybody’ were followed with cheers and screams as he rocked out on his guitar.
Mason Really Was ‘Kicking It’ On Stage
Mason gave us energy and skater punk vibes with his energetic set, featuring his new single ‘Kicking It.’ The Pennsylvanian artist gave us an awesome punk cover of the iconic Sugababes song ‘About You Now!’
Bronnie Had The Room Bouncing
And then pop-punk princess Bronnie came on. She brought us all the energy! The room was bouncing and her eager fans screamed every word along to her songs such as ‘Rabbit Hole’ and ‘Scream.’ We were treated to a punk rendition of Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘drivers license.’
Supporting the LGBTQIA+ communities, Bronnie donned a pride flag that was thrown onto the stage whilst giving us an amazing cover of Katy Perry’s ‘I Kissed A Girl.’
She performed her next single ‘Friendzone’ which is out March 31st (and you can pre-save it right here!) and finished her high energy set with an older, but much-loved song called ‘Lost and Found.’
Keep an eye on this pop-punk princess as we see big things in her future!
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