Midlands Rocks have posted up a review from the New Disorder Festival featuring Captain Horizon:
As the second part of the day kicked off, the room was full of anticipation. I’d say it was a 50/50 split in the room of people who have previously seen Captain Horizon and those that had heard all about them (see MR’s review of their album, Radiostasis here). They didn’t disappoint. Whitty is probably the best front man on the scene at the moment and his on stage (and off a lot of the time!) antics and banter are as much a part of this band as the music is. What about the music? A blend of alt rock, with some proggy influences but all wrapped up in a pop style sums up Captain Horizon nicely. Bouncy infectious tunes have a joyful factor to them, but throw in the occasional moodier song and you grasp the technical brilliance of this band. For me, by far the performance of the day. When is this band going to be signed? Who knows in this day and age, but with a little luck this band could be huge.
You can read the full review by Tony Gaskin and Cath Holland of the day on the Midlands Rocks website.
A review featuring Captain Horizon at the New Disorder Festival has been published on nottinghamlive.co.uk. Thank you to Harry Paterson for his extremely kind words!
The unique blend of alt, prog, classic rock, indie and unashamedly glorious pop that constitutes Captain Horizon’s songs is clearly made for enormadomes and for a mesmerising half-hour period, the MFN was transformed into the California Bowl.
You can read the full review of the day here.
Photography by Sue Paterson.