(IRA) It is safe to say that, despite the rain, Lostprophets definitely did not feel under the weather at Rock-A-Field 2012.
The hard-rock band from Wales gave a memorable performance in Roeser last weekend, their first time ever playing at Rock-A-Field, before continuing their festival tour throughout the rest of Europe.
The Luxembourgish crowd even managed to exceed the Welsh six-piece act's expectations, who described the public that day as “raw and aggressive”, reflecting the type of concert delivered by Lostprophets on Sunday. They even talked of a “misconception of the Luxembourgish people”, who are usually said to be quite calm and reserved.
Wort.lu had a chance to chat to the guys from Lostprophets, with whom we discussed a very well received new album, how they deal with “abrasive” critics and what it means to be an artist.
Lostprophets talked to wort.lu immediately after finishing their gig at Rock-A-Field, going from group to groupies as they went on to watch their fellow colleagues Billy Talent and Biffy Clyro play straight after the interview.