Yesterday saw Goldheart Assembly take to the stage a Redcar Rocks Festival. Which is situated right next to the beach between the iconic Steel Works & Redcar’s brand spanking new Vertical Pier decorated with a spiral of colours.
Just 10 minutes before the bands 7:15pm stage slot, I was informed that 4 of them were stuck in traffic & hadn’t arrived yet. The group eventually made it & by the time they had set up & got there equipment working, sadly they had to cut their set short, which is a shame. Never the less Goldheart were fantastic, performing crowd pleasers like King of Rome & Oh Really, songs from their newest album Long Distance Song Effects along with covers like The Beatles One After 909.
The band drew a decent crowd & certainly got them in a dancing mood, ready for The Human League to take to the stage to close the festival.
“It’s tough to get out of bed; I know that myself. You can lie there for an hour and a half without thinking anything, just worrying about what the day holds and knowing that you won’t be able to deal with it.”