Video: “Out Of My Face” live by Fiction Plane

Posted by The G on November 28, 2010 under G Videos | Comments are off for this article

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Have you ever wondered what “Out Of My Face” by Fiction Plane sounded like live at Mercury Lounge in New York?  If you have, I’ve got the solution for you…

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An Encounter with Joe Sumner of Fiction Plane

Posted by The G on November 22, 2010 under Encounters with G | Comments are off for this article

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Joe Sumner of Fiction Plane and G

Joe Sumner is the lead singer and bass player for the band Fiction Plane.  He’s also the son of rock and roll legend Sting.  He’s also a super cool guy!  I met Joe Sumner prior to Fiction Plane’s awesome set at the Mercury Lounge in New York.  I love that Joe gave a rock and roll pose when we took a picture together!  If you’re in the market for some upbeat songs that have punk and surf influences, definitely check out Fiction Plane.  A video of “Out of my Face” will be coming soon, so stay tuned for that.  Thanks again Joe!

Fiction Plane live at Mercury Lounge

Posted by The G on November 16, 2010 under G Reviews | 2 Comments to Read

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Joe Sumner of Fiction Plane

I have been excited to see Fiction Plane in concert since I read a glowing review of their show on The Worley Gig in 2009.  I am happy to report, they deserved all the praise. Fiction Plane played Mercury Lounge in New York on November 15, 2010. The Globes opened the show with a rockin’ set and Fiction Plane hit the stage at 8 pm.  Their music is indie rock that definitely has a bit of punk and surf influences.  We might as well get it out of the way now that the lead singer of Fiction Plane Joe Sumner is the son of Sting.  It’s been awhile since I’ve seen Sting in person, but I think that Joe must be much taller than his dad.  Their voices sound nothing alike, but you can definitely tell they are related.  At times during the show, the visual resemblance was mind blowing.

The musicianship of Fiction Plane was awesome and aside from one love song, every song played tonight was fast. As I looked around the venue, you could see everyone was having a great time.  “It’s A Lie” and “Two Sisters” were obvious crowd favorites and my favorite was the final song of the night “You Know You’re Good (The La La La Song).”  During that song, there was a crowd sing-along, most everyone was dancing and Joe Sumner was bouncing all over the stage.  Joe mentioned that it had been a long time since they played New York but after warm receptions like they received tonight, they definitely want to come back more often. Fiction Plane – you are welcome any time!  A video of “Out of My Face” is coming soon, so stay tuned for that.

See the set list after the jump.

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