A lot of people were actually into Single Mothers and I wasn’t expecting that at all. Second time seeing them since last summer and they were radical. Totally one of the most underrated and most interesting live bands out there to check out!.
Pianos Become the Teeth was absolutely perfect. I am really happy I finally got see them live.
Tigers Jaw was super fun, plus they played “Never Saw it Coming” (No pun intended: I didn’t see that coming; never would have I expected to ever hear that song live! XD)
Talked to Ben from Tigers Jaw and Ned Russin for a little bit before Single Mothers’ set (I seem to run into him a lot lately). Really cool dudes.
Staged dived when Tigers Jaw played “I Saw Water.”
In between sets, they gave Nirvana a lot of air play over the speakers which made me smile.
Title Fight opened with “Head on a Ceiling Fan” leading into “Numb, but I Still Feel It.”
It made me happy they played almost all of Floral Green throughout their set.
Dana from United Youth came on stage with Title Fight and sang “Symmetry” with them (Was really hoping for a surprise Dead End Path set at some point in the night since Uriah was there hanging out…oh well, that is one other band that I really want to see live very soon).
My cab ride back to Penn Station was a lot cheaper than I expected it was going to be, which totally ruled.
On another note: More venues should have coat-check booths. That totally saved me from leaving the show drenched in sweat if I had to deal with keeping my hoodie on.
Yup tonight ruled. I love going to shows in the city,