OCTOBER PEOPLE, 23 January 2015, Moby Dick, Madrid...

It was very, very cold in Madrid that night. A temperature that’s necessary if you want to enjoy the warmth of the introduction of an album which name’s Love Is Colder Than Death. As nonsensical as it may seem, the idea I had about what was going to occur that night, was exactly that one. A striking radiation of warmth and energy… Cold as only love and death can be. I foretold everything; the recent interview with the band, the usual hearing of an album that has become one of my favorites, and has been revolving through my player again and again. October People rarely appear live (much less that I would like to) and the Moby Dick concert hall seemed to be the perfect place. Before the concert, expected conversations, the best company (or almost) for the event and the deep wish that everything would be a success. And cold, that one that leaks through your bones a lot. That was going to be fixed soon, though. More or less as the long introduccion (as normally)that came before Wishes began. A song that could be used as a summary for the rest of the night. Sounded fantastic and Gio seemed extremely exultant. With all of this, both of the aspects were going to get better during the rest of the recital. As difficult as it may seem, since the beginning, since the first song, everything felt perfectly “oiled”. The habitual lights, red and blue, smoke, a lot of smoke from the ‘80s. It decorated the hall, but it made difficult the work of the fotographers. They came to work, I see them clapping every moment. Behind me I feel that the company that I told before liked the song. It was only a...