Looking back on In Hindsight show at St Albans Girls School

PUBLISHED: 14:59 11 February 2015 | UPDATED: 14:59 11 February 2015

In Hindsight

In Hindsight


Boy band In Hindsight raised the roof for the second year running when they appeared at St Albans Girls School.

The highly-anticipated event was arranged by charity Life skills education C.I.C. together with the school’s PSHE department during lunchtime to raise awareness of cyber bullying.

In Hindsight, made up of the three Newcombe brothers Michael, 18, (lead vocal/ guitarist), Daniel,17, (drums) and Isaac, 19, (vocals/guitarist), put on a set that both entertained and educated the girls with a hard-hitting message.

They interwove clear comprehensive guidance on how to keep safe online and how to cope with cyber bullying.

The gig was followed up with a short Q & A session plus the promise of free tickets to their next gig at the Forum in London on April 9.

Year 8 students Rosie Morely commented: “The band were so brilliant, very talented and cute too.”

Formed in 2011, the band has played all over the UK including tours supporting acts such as FutureProof and The Wanted.

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