Legitimately blown away by the talent that is MKTO! #AmericanDreamTour
Always so perfect seeing Action Item! #AmericanDreamTour
Versity and Tiffany Houghton were a blast last night! #AmericanDreamTour
El Tour Blanco ft. The Neighbourhood + White Arrows
July 17th 2014 | Houston Texas
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As soon as you walked into the venue, the air was filled with excitement. The first band to take the stage was Dads. The vibe in the venue was very calm and just really intently listening to Dads play an amazing set.
After Dads was done the next band to take the stage was Tigers Jaw. They opened with the song , The Sun and the crowd went wild. In the middle of their set, they played one of their more popular songs Never Saw it Coming. Front man Ben Walsh and keyboardist Brianna Collins played and let the crowd take this one and the crowd delivered. Every single person in the venue was belting out the lyrics and it was just an incredible thing to whiteness. They ended with I Saw Water and the same energy they came out with never left the whole set.
Finally the lights dimmed and the crowd started clapping the opening beat to Touchè Amorè song ‘And Now it’s Happening in Mine’. As soon as Touchè took the stage people started crowd surfing and stage diving in the small Rhode Island venue. They started out with the song ‘Amends. The lighting in the venue was very dark consisting of dark blues some dark green and a few red lights. It just added to the experience. Touchè Amorè played 21 songs in total. My personal favorites were ‘Condolences’ where it was just lead man Jeremy Bolm and guitarist Tyler Kirby on stage pouring his heart in soul into this song that only has vocal and guitar. The band ended with their most popular song ‘Tilde’ off their 2nd album ‘I’m Parting The Sea Between Brightness and Me’ and the crowd was electric and just as passionate as the band was.
If this tour comes around to a city near you, I would highly recommend attending.
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Touche Amore Summer Tour 2014 | Providence, RI
As soon as you walked into the venue, the air was filled with excitement. The first band to take the stage was Dads.
It’s here, y’all! Not only is ‘Before The Waves’ officially out, but our review of it is posted as well! Check it out on shamelessyouth.net
Magic Man “Before The Waves” Review
By Kylie Hughes
Before The Waves is Magic Man’s long-awaited sophomore album, and does absolutely nothing but exceed expectations. Opening strong with their familiar track Texas was a great choice, and if the audience isn’t immediately hooked with it’s warm vibe, Apollo is sure to do the trick, and really quickly too, (seriously, there is a 100% chance you will immediately start dancing around…
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