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Bros Play Their First Reunion Show In London

by Paul Cashmere on August 21, 2017

in News

Bros have reunited to play their first show in London in 28 years.

Luke and Matt Goss paid tribute to George Michael and Chris Cornell during the show. The set included a cover of George’s ‘Freedom ‘90’ while the homage to Cornell came from Luke wearing a Soundgarden t-shirt.

The set included two new songs ‘Garden of Forgiveness’ and ‘Love Can Make You Fly’ as well as 9/10s of the debut album ‘Push’. (Only ‘Love To Hate You’ didn’t make the set). ‘Love Can Make You Fly’ will be the first single for Bros since 1991.

Bros originally had a UK tour scheduled but cancelled all shows except for London and Manchester a few weeks back.

Bros setlist London August 19, 2017

I Owe You Nothing (from Push, 1988)
Shocked (from Push, 1988)
I Quit (from Push, 1988)
Are You Mine? (from Changing Faces, 1991)
Changing Faces (from Changing Faces, 1991)
Too Much (from This Time, 1989)
Cat Among the Pigeons (from Push, 1988)
Garden Of Forgiveness (debut)
Sister (from This Time, 1989)
It’s a Jungle Out There (from Push, 1988)
Liar (from Push, 1988)
Try (from Changing Faces, 1991)
Love Can Make You Fly (new)
Ten Out of Ten (from Push, 1988)
Drop the Boy (from Push, 1988)
Freedom 90 (George Michael cover)

When Will I Be Famous? (from Push, 1988)

Bros will play their only Australian show in Sydney on November 4.



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