Queen Zee do their Album Justice with Brighton Performance
How do you describe a gig like this without roaming into the realm of crazed superfan? As clichéd as it sounds, the sky really is the limit for Queen Zee if they continue on their current trajectory.
Support comes in the form of Londoners
With a debut album under their belt, the majority of the set is made up with tracks from the record. Beginning with ‘Victim Age’. There’s no easing themselves slowly into the gig, as Queen Zee
Their interaction with the audience is second-to-none. Zee instructs the crowd to form a circle, which they duly get into the middle of, dancing with various gig-goers. It feels as if there’s a genuine connection between artist and fan, one that’s all too often missing. As older Zee track ‘Sass or Die’ makes an appearance to the delight of the long-standing fans present. It’s impossible to decide whether the band or the crowd are enjoying it more.
“All good things come to an
Growing up, we’ve all had a parent or a teacher telling us about a now iconic band they saw in a dilapidated shed in 1989. In 30 years time, it’ll be our turn to wax lyrical about how we saw Queen Zee in a 150-cap venue in 2019. A live band not to be missed.
‘I’m a music and culture journalist currently based in the West Midlands. Always on the lookout for up-and-coming artists but my favourite bands include IDLES and Arctic Monkeys. Probably last seen at a gig.