Live Review from Underground 35:
This is the first time that I’ve seen Dullfigure perform live and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. This was the first act of the night and a great way to start the evening. Their set consisted of some heavy guitar-driven rock, with a few pop/rock songs thrown in for good measure. Sheila, the vocalist, took a while to warm up. She was often drowned out by the rest of the group, and I wasn’t sure if her voice was powerful enough to front such a strong band. Once they started their second track I realised that her gentle appearance is deceptive. She really blew me away with just how much of a natural she is on stage. She and the band had a moody look about them, and they looked and sounded terrific. Then on to the pop/rock numbers, and this was when Sheila really showed us just how dynamic her voice is. By this time the band had really loosened up and they and the crowd were having a great time. This is a tight and talented band; it’s hard not to like them.