Female-fronted pop punk band The Prophets played the first of two sold out acoustic shows at The Big Comfy Bookshop in Coventry last night.
Set in Coventry’s (borderline-hipster) Fargo Village, The Big Comfy Bookshop was a gorgeous setting for the intimate acoustic performance; with books from floor to ceiling, home-made cakes and a good wine selection… what more could you want for a chilled out Saturday evening in December?
The band played a selection of tracks from their debut self-titled EP as well as their most recent EP Waiting For The End which was released in December 2015. They also treated the packed room to a variety of covers, ranging from Bring Me The Horizon, Neck Deep and Malory Knox, through to Cher, Avril Lavigne and Five…something for everyone!
The following night they played the second sold-out show at the Bookshop, which was being live-streamed via their Facebook page, and which we’re sure will be available to be played back later.
If you weren’t quick enough to get tickets to either of these special intimate shows, you can catch The Prophets supporting Tigress at Asylum2 in Birmingham on 21 December, along with Mowbeck and Seafoal. Tickets (along with a free t-shirt!) available via their online store.
Pictures by Katie Frost Photography.