Published Oct 25, 2010If there is anything better than seeing a North of America set as a young and impressionable fan, it's seeing them reform years later to play to a room jammed full of people who have come to appreciate them even more. The crowd clamoured to catch sight of the hometown heroes, and the band seemed to be on a tremendous high, which only served to inject even more life into their already angular indie-core. The set spanned North of America's underrated discography, with some of the oldest material garnering the hugest response. With hands and voices flying furiously into the air, it was truly a show to remember.
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