Queens Of The Stone Age – Eden Sessions
A few night ago, one of the biggest bands in the world played in Cornwall. Queens Of The Stone Age – Eden Sessions show will be remembered as one of the greatest sessions to have graced the mighty biomes.
This was the 6th time I’ve seen Queens Of The Stone Age, the first time was back in 1999! Their sound has continued to evolve over the last 20 years but still manages to keep the desert rock sound and the groove, oh that groove!
They are possibly one of the biggest and most relevant bands to have played the Eden Sessions since they began back in 2002. It really showed too, the buzz about the gig on social media was building in the days leading up to the show. And once there everyone felt like we were about to witness something special.
Kicking off with A Song For The Deaf QOTSA began a set that covered their seven album career, played 20 minutes over the curfew and brought that dirty rock n’ roll sound to Eden.
Eden still manages to bring something for everyone to they sessions and it’s an absolute joy to go & shoot there for Cornwall Live. But I feel it maybe a while before something tops this night. Check out Lee Trewhela’s review of the show over at Cornwall Live.
See more of my coverage of the Eden Sessions and other events on my Live Music page.
Song For The Deaf
Sick, Sick, Sick
Feet Don’t Fail Me
The Way You Use To Do
You Can’t Quit Me Baby
The Evil Has Landed
I Never Came
My God Is The Sun
Head Like A Haunted House
In The Fade
If I Had A Tail
Go With The Flow
Make It Wit Chu
Song For The Dead