Hurts – Debaser Medis, October 16th 2010

Hurts – Debaser Medis, October 16th 2010

It was a busy night at Debaser Medis. Of course this was helped by the free entrance before 22.00! When this deadline was reached, there was still a long queue with folks waiting to get in to see Hurts.
So, logically, it didn’t take that long for the venue to be full.

Support-act Noonie Bao had a delicate voice which fitted perfectly with the music. A good performance and a relaxed way to prepare for Hurts.

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Noonie Bao

Next up were Manchester’s finest; Hurts!

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Theo Hutchcraft - Hurts

“Stay” was sang along by the crowd. “Better Than Love” was of course the dance song that ended the night with a bang.

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Adam Anderson - Hurts

There was no encore, which was not needed but is always wanted and asked for. Fun to see a different end to a concert for once!

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Theo Hutchcraft - Hurts

Luckily the night does not have to end at Debaser after a good concert, the club night started so there was still more than enough time to party.

Setlist (incomplete)

Unspoken
Silver Lining
Wonderful Life
Happiness
Evelyn
Sunday
Verona
Devotion
Stay
Illuminated
Better Than Love

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Getting A Rose From A Fan

Find more information about Hurts on their website.

To see all the pictures of this night, check out the Flickr set.

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