Manchester indie-rock band The 1975 played to a sold out crowd at Sacramento’s Ace of Spades on Monday night. Supporting artists were Sir Sly and Bad Suns.
Be sure to catch The 1975 on this tour - click here to view tour dates. They’re touring through the end of August and hitting all over the United States and Europe!
To check out more photos from their set, click here.
Long Island pop punk band Taking Back Sunday made a stop through Milwaukee on April 4th while on their co-headlining tour with The Used.
It was big news when The Used announced a co-headlining tour with Taking Back Sunday, and when they came to The Eagles Ballroom last Friday they certainly didn’t disappoint! Their very diverse fan base eagerly awaited their set, and they came out singing “Cry” off their most recent album Imaginary Enemy. Right away you could tell this particular show was going to be special, because they helped a guy propose to his girlfriend, and of course she said yes! They continued their set playing other songs including “I Caught Fire,” “All That I’ve Got,” “The Taste of Ink,” and “On My Own,” ending their set with their encore song “A Box Full of Sharp Object” off their debut self titled album.
During the performance, you could sense frontman Bert McCracken’s connection with the audience, which was really great especially with the large capacity venue. The Used is a band that puts on a fantastic live performance, and if you haven’t seen them yet I highly suggest you do. Click here for a list of their upcoming tour dates, and you can get their newest album Imaginary Enemy here and in stores everywhere!
You can view all the photos from their set here.