A shortish set over 75 minutes long which run through the usual set numbers by in a different order than before. Meilyr and band constantly swooped instruments, a bloke behind me saying 'Genius, sheer genius' all the time, which we could not contradict, constant time changes within the songs, different melodies also adding to the mix, somewhat reminded me of prog rock back in the 70s (which it wasn;t) and just a performer who clearly enjoys his art.
This being the last gig of their current tour it ended on a high note that wont be forgotten in a long time. Meilyr, his bass and lead guitarists armed with violins ventured into the audience, stood right next to us as everybody gathered around and performed the last number acapella with the drummer playing the flugelhorn 'last post ish' behind us still on the stage. (have you ever seen a drummer blowing the horn and drumming at the same time, well this guy did)
Superb. A quick chat afterwards reminding him of his hole in the sock venture . Well done Meilyr for being unique. (catch him if you get a chance) We went home smiling