This gig has been a long time coming for me. I've spent the last couple of years raving on about this band to anyone that will listen, so actually being able to witness them in such a small venue had me in a joyous state for quite some time. Unfortunately I only got to see the last song from the first support band, who to be fair I have no idea what their name was but they seemed ok. Next up was Stagecoach. Off the back of their current EP I wasn't sure what to expect. It's a really good EP to be honest but only having heard four songs from the band I was certainly skeptical about what they would come up with. I really shouldn't have been. From start to finish they had the sort of confidence that you only really expect from huge bands but more importantly than that they have the songs to back it up! I can't wait to hear more from them. Next up was the band I was here for, Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin. I don't have any photo's of myself at this gig but if there was one taken you can go ahead and assume that my smile would take up the vast majority of my face.  The thing is with SSLYBY there's nothing flashy about them, they're just four guys from Springfield Missouri that play indie-pop but my god do they do it well. Not only did I enjoy myself at this gig but they seemed too as well which is exactly what is missing from a lot of bands performances these days. In terms of set-list it was pretty much like a greatest hits set even though they only have two full albums. My personal highlight from the night was definitely 'Glue Girls' as it seemed to be the perfect live song for a boogie.  Sometimes it can be so disappointing when you see your favourite band for the first time but on this occasion I can assure you it was amazing.