Graeme Thomson

Only traces of their eerie early spirit remain: Kings of Leon, at OVO Hydro, reviewed

You could not call this an underpowered or even unimpressive show but there was a pummelling efficiency to it

Caleb Followill’s slurred vocals possessed a murky backwoods menace: Kings of Leon at OVO Hydro. Credit: Annalie Bouchard

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