McFly wins against The Wanted.

Nights of shows to teenagers are probably the best places to do any research about what they like most. Why? You don’t need to ask any fan to know who is she waiting for all day until the lights go off and the music begins.

And yesterday (28) we saw with signs and t-shirts who everyone was waiting for at the Z Festival, HSBC Arena.

Starting at 7pm, Hot Chelle Rae warmed the audience who came late to the Arena, thanks to the complicated Barra da Tijuca, always full on Fridays. With an honest and modest pop rock made it to everyone younger.

After that, with a few more years of career (but still to teenagers) the boys of Yellowcard went on stage with a sincere and urgent rock in eight albums and a lot of enthusiasm.

The secret to warm-up the teenagers (probably most girls) to the next 2 shows.

The British boys from McFLY, together since 2004, surprised who thought that everyone was waiting for The Wanted’s hit “Glad you Came”, also a British boyband. But between them, the boys from McFly took the best of the night.

With their singles “5 colours in her hair” and “Lies”, they just burned up the house, a lot of girls crying – as the girls who took the sign “Loving McFLY is easy”. And it really is, as we could see, to love them! You just need some good lungs. They scream a lot!

To close the Friday, with a few audience – just to prove that McFLY was the name waited all night – the boys of The Wanted went on stage to prove that “boybands” are back. They also proved that besides cute, they are qualified. Interesting.

Nice and a little bit drunk (what made the performance run away from boring) the boys of The Wanted proved that names as New Kids on The Block and Backtreet Boys are still relevant to some pop music and hits as “Glad You Came” and “Chasing The Sun”. But it seems like boys and girls from the ‘90s are more interested on “the

wanted”, while the teenagers still prefer the same naked-rock from McFLY.


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    20 April - O2 Academy, Birmingham

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