Photo Gallery/Show Review: iDKHOW but they found me

- Photos & Review by Tatiana Whybrow


- August 31, 2021


- O2 Forum Kentish Town


- London, UK


Taking the stage in London once again, earlier this week iDKHOW performed their largest headliner show in the city to date. With a capacity of over 2,000 there were hundreds of eager fans queuing around the block long before doors were set to open.

Warming up the crowd with support from Dea Matrona and Will Joseph Cook it wasn't long before the energy in the room was at its peak, overflowing with giddiness for the duo to play their long-awaited set.

It wasn't long before the lights dimmed and that wish came true, with the crowd's longing eyes on Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman as they took their places and burst into the first song like they'd never left. With only their debut EP '1981 Extended Play', a handful of singles and latest debut album 'Razzmatazz', you'd be surprised that iDKHOW have already amassed such dedicated fans. Yet their true showmanship and commandeering of the audience spoke for itself, pulling in the eye of every single person in the audience and lifting not only their spirits but also themselves as they jumped around the venue. For talent that exceeds all your possible expectations, and the live experience of a lifetime, make sure you don't miss iDKHOW's next show in your city as we're sure they're only going up from here

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