Ohtis, Gia Margaret and Faye Webster bring the Five Day Forecast to a stunned silence
“London, you’re so quiet,” Gia Margaret bashfully whispers between songs. And it’s no surprise. On the third night of the Five Day Forecast a stunned silence took over a sold out Lexington crowd.
Ohtis’ Sam Swinson opened the night with his delicate, cracked and candid tales about heroin dependency and personal struggles - all delivered with a sardonic finish (“This one’s for anyone who’s been in the psych ward.”) Gia Margaret showcased tracks from last year’s ‘There’s Always Glimmer’ (which found itself in the Line of Best Fit albums of 2018 top ten) telling the hushed crowd that “I’ve not felt this nervous since my first open mic!”. Closing out the incredible evening was Best Fit favourite and One to Watch Faye Webster. Easing her way through familiar favourites from her 2017 self-titled record and showcasing new material she only further cemented why she’s going to be everyone’s new favourite artist by the end of the year.