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The Night Cafe's chiming indie pop goes down a storm at Reading 2018

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Published: 11:25 am, August 25, 2018Words: Dillon Eastoe. Photos: Jamie MacMillan.

The Night Cafe's brand of chiming indie pop goes down a storm on the Festival Republic stage, intelligently crafted tunes hitting all the right notes with the eager group of fans down front. 

The Liverpudlians already have a decent following, with a tight-knit enclave leading the pogoing, and by the end of the set there's plenty of people atop shoulders showing their appreciation. Frontman Sean Martin has a knack for smart indie that couples sharp lyrics with music you can move to. 

There's a lot more to come, but at Reading, The Night Cafe and their young fans are revelling in the now.

The Night Cafe's chiming indie pop goes down a storm at Reading 2018
The Night Cafe's chiming indie pop goes down a storm at Reading 2018
The Night Cafe's chiming indie pop goes down a storm at Reading 2018
The Night Cafe's chiming indie pop goes down a storm at Reading 2018
The Night Cafe's chiming indie pop goes down a storm at Reading 2018
The Night Cafe's chiming indie pop goes down a storm at Reading 2018

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