You Can Preorder TAYF10 DVD Now

Per John Nolan’s twitter account, you can now preorder Taking Back Sunday’s TAYF10 Acoustic Live At Starland DVD!

 

 

Right here is where you want to click to preorder, or click the link in John’s tweet!

 

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Album Review: Taking Back Sunday’s TAYF10 Acoustic Album

It’d be great if you followed the blog on Twitter and Facebook, and if you became a follower on WordPress. It’d be wonderful if you told your friends about us too!

I figured that I really needed to get back to the roots of what this blog is really about and that is ultimately music. I love music, there isn’t a day that goes by where I’m not listening to music, and I would literally want to die if I could not listen to music for a significant period of time. It’s a serious love and I’m in it for the long run.

Today I will be reviewing Taking Back Sunday’s TAYF10 Acoustic Album that was released this past June. It has the same tracks as the original Tell All Your Friends (with the inclusion of ‘Your Own Disaster’), but the tracks are live and acoustic versions of the songs giving some of the songs new life in a way. If you have not bought this album yet (for shame!) you can buy it here, and I highly advise taking the deal that includes the documentary! It’s enlightening and wonderful if you’re a big TBS fan like me.

Now onto how I will be scoring this review (very similar to how I scored Mayday Parade’s newest album (Monsters In The Closet)):

I will be giving my overall grade (on a scale of 1 – 10; 10 being the best) of the album at the end, but instead of reordering the songs into ‘best to worst’ order I will be using colors to visually demonstrate which songs I like the most, least, and the songs I am apathetic about.

If a song is green – I like it and will continue to listen to it daily; if a song is blue – It’s listenable, but not a favorite; if a song is red – I don’t really like it. I guarantee you there will not be a single red song from this album, even an objective reviewer would agree. I will be adding purple to the list as well; purple will be for my favorite song on the album.

This is going to be a HUGE task for me to determine which songs I like more than others because I really do love all of these songs for what they are, but I will do my best to try to take away my subjectivity from the review. Here is the tracklist before I score them:

  1. You Know How I Do
  2. Bike Scene
  3. Cute Without The ‘E’ (Cut From The Team)
  4. There’s No “I” In Team
  5. Great Romances Of The 20th Century
  6. Ghost Man On Third
  7. Timberwolves At New Jersey
  8. The Blue Channel
  9. You’re So Last Summer
  10. Head Club
  11. Your Own Disaster

Before I begin coloring these brilliant tracks, I must say that Taking Back Sunday is my favorite band of all-time and it will come into play with every single song on this album and I cannot help it. As aforementioned I will do my best to be as objective as possible, but it is not likely. This is one of the few times when reviewing music where my ‘fanboyism’ will come into play. I’d be hard-pressed, however, to find someone that did not at least mostly agree with me on these songs since they are that spectacular and nostalgic. Okay, enough with that here we go.

  1. You Know How I Do

  2. Bike Scene

  3. Cute Without The ‘E’ (Cut From The Team)

  4. There’s No “I” In Team

  5. Great Romances Of The 20th Century

  6. Ghost Man On Third

  7. Timberwolves At New Jersey

  8. The Blue Channel

  9. You’re So Last Summer

  10. Head Club

  11. Your Own Disaster

 

Purple Level Songs:

8. The Blue Channel

Explanation:

Instead of going for the uber popular songs, I latched on to ‘The Blue Channel’ not to be a hipster, but because ‘The Blue  Channel’ is my favorite song off this album by far. So much emotion from Adam and John in the acoustic/live incarnation, especially when John screams and elongates ‘I’ll still wait for your call.’ So many good feels; so much emotion. Gets me every single time I listen to it. Superb song.

(One would think a song named ‘The Blue Channel’ would be in the blue level!)

Green Level Songs:

1. You Know How I Do

2. Bike Scene

3. Cute Without The ‘E’ (Cut From The Team)

7. Timberwolves At New Jersey

9. You’re So Last Summer

10. Head Club

Explanation:

I could write paragraph upon paragraph on each of these songs, but I’ll be brief. Each song here has a different inherent meaning behind it (though you could blanket define them with ‘relationship’), and a magical feel to each of them. ‘Cute Without The E’ live is something everyone needs to experience, but if you can’t/haven’t this live version suffices and does TBS justice. It’s fantastic. Several of these songs the band has the audience participate (well the audience participates regardless) and it adds to the live aspect of the album because the fans are passionate about the songs, the lyrics, the band that it resonates with you more than just a studio version of the song. Incredible songs, and a nice touch bringing back Michelle to sing Bike Scene and Ghost Man On Third.

Blue Level Songs:

4. There’s No “I” In Team

5. Great Romances Of The 20th Century

6. Ghost Man On Third

11. Your Own Disaster

Explanation:

Just because these songs are in the ‘blue level’ does not mean they’re bad songs at all! They just aren’t my particular favorites from this album, but I always listen to them when they come up on my iPod. I just did not get the same goosebumps that I get from the live version of ‘There’s no “I” in Team” as I do from the studio version from a decade ago. I have the same sentiment towards ‘Ghost Man On Third.’ I actually love this version of ‘Great Romances Of The 20th Century’ but there was just something about the live version. After having the album for several months, I still cannot put my thumb on what it is exactly, but it bothers me slightly each listen.

Red Level Songs:

None!

Explanation:

All of the songs on this album are incredibly listenable.

Overall Grade: 9/10

I am sure Taking Back Sunday knew it would be difficult to top one of their best albums in Tell All Your Friends and I believe that they have hit the nail on the head with TAYF10 Acoustic. It’s a fun album, especially for avid fans, and each song has a different sound (some greater than others) than the original studio album songs. I recommend this album to: fans of Taking Back Sunday, fans of the early 2000s punk rock/alternative rock scene, and people that enjoy acoustic songs in general.

Thanks for reading!

The Best Of Chwomp: October Edition

Since Chwomp has been steadily rising in popularity of the past few months, I figured why not do a monthly ‘Best of’ feature? There have been a ton of quality posts this entire month, and I will do my best to put them in this piece but being scatterbrained I may miss a few! Enjoy them for the first, second, third time!

(Thanks again for over 3000 views this month alone! You’re all the best!)

Here are several of our favorite pieces this month:

Relive when I went to a Taking Back Sunday concert in Columbus, Ohio!

The crowd, including myself and my friend, sang every song in unison with the band. Every chorus, every backing vocals, every lead vocals. Everything was sung by the crowd. It was truly a fantastic experience. Taking Back Sunday played popular songs ‘Cute Without the E (Cut from the Team)’, ‘Liar (It Takes One To Know One)’ and ‘Make Damn Sure‘ (last song of the night), but also played fan favorite songs ‘My Blue Heaven’ (one of my favorites), ‘One-Eighty By Summer’, and ‘What’s It Feel Like To Be A Ghost?’ The band also sprinkled in ‘Catholic Knees’ (the only song off the album New Again to be played – to my knowledge) and ‘Call Me In The Morning’ – which is a fantastic song.

The Rambler Series:

We are a nation asleep. A nation that has been sedentary for decades just laying about waiting to be woken from our empty slumber. We have become a dreamless country and there seems to be no hope for our dreams to return.

Almost a week after the government has re-opened (this piece was featured 10/23), I felt it was the right time to throw my two cents into this whole ordeal. I am not going to talk about certain issues or agendas that Congress has but simply this: it is literally the Red Republicans versus the Blue Democrats. George Washington warned us in his farewell address that a rise in political parties would be detrimental to our government and society. Well, I think, wherever good old Georgie is, that he is laughing his ass off and saying, “I told you so.”

Here is an archive of all the daily music news!

Dave Grohl is unsure of this situation.

Dave Grohl is unsure of this situation at hand. Charles Barkley wants you to check out ‘The Rambler’ pieces!

Band of The Week Features:

All right, so technically Ylvis isn’t a band in the traditional sense, but a group rather – very similar to Lonely Island – that makes music. In fact, many [new] fans consider them the Norwegian Lonely Island. That’s pretty good company for Ylvis to be in as a comedic music group, but I’m going to elaborate more on Ylvis than just Ylvis being the Norwegian Lonely Island.

The band formed in 2005 and had already played their first show by March 4th of the same year. Near the end of 2005/beginning of 2006, the band signed to Fallout Records. The Fratellis were on their way. Their first EP was released in April of 2006 simply dubbed The Fratellis EP. Songs on the EP include ‘Stacie Anne’ and most notably ‘Henrietta’ (their first single).

Before Jukebox The Ghost were Jukebox The Ghost, they were Sunday Mail (2003) – a band formed by the trio while attending George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Within two years of creating Sunday Mail, the band decided to go on hiatus. During this hiatus, each member grew as a musician and individual, and began working on their own material. They wanted to regroup and collaborate on music together again, but with a new name for the band; thus the renaming to Jukebox The Ghost.

Do not confuse the band Polar Bear Club with the Polar Bear Club of Coney Island. I was utterly befuddled when I tried to find biographical information on the band and it led me to a site dedicated to ‘the oldest winter bathing organization in the United States.’ That’s awesome, Polar Bear Club of Coney Island, but I’m much more interested in the band.

The group now known as ‘OutKast’ was formed in 1992 in Atlanta, Georgia by André Benjamin (André 3000) and Antwan Patton (Big Boi). The original name of the hip-hop group was Two Shades Deep, but quickly became named as OutKast. The group is known as a hip-hop duo, but the pair use many different genres in their music, including:  blues, electronic, funk, jazz rock, spoken word poetry, and soul. Not quite a hip-hop duo at all, but that’s what makes OutKast great – the inability to pin them down onto one genre.

Big Boi and Andre 3000 implore you to read the 'Band of  the Week' piece on them. (Source)

Big Boi and Andre 3000 implore you to read the ‘Band of the Week’ piece on them. (Source)

NFL Predictions:

Fun Feature: Pokémon of the Week!

Meowth is a small, feline Pokémon with cream-colored fur that turns brown at the tips of its hind paws and tail. Its ovoid head features four prominent whiskers, wide eyes with slit pupils, and a gold oval coin embedded in its forehead. Its ears are black with brown interiors, and are flanked with an additional pair of long whiskers. Meowth is a quadruped with the ability to walk on its hind legs; while the games always depict Meowth on two legs, the anime states that Meowth normally walks on all fours. It can freely manipulate its claws, retracting them when it wants to move silently. The tip of its tail curls tightly.

According to the scientific logs found in the Pokémon Mansion of Cinnabar Island, Mewtwo was born of a pregnant Mew, found deep in the jungles of Guyana, whose embryo had been tampered with to alter its DNA. It was held and studied in the mansion where the scientists, including Blaine and Mr. Fuji, performed horrific gene-splicing experiments that made it vicious and extremely powerful. It eventually broke free of the Mansion, destroying it in the process, and fled. It can be encountered in Cerulean Cave, accessible only after a Trainer has proven his or her skill at the Indigo Plateau.

Other Features:

 

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Check Out Taking Back Sunday On Jimmy Kimmel (From Years Ago!)

I try not to burden you all with Taking Back Sunday news because I don’t want to force my favorite band upon you, but I think this is pertinent for any music fans (especially of the band or this genre of music).

I’m unsure of the exact year, but I know it’s early 2000’s because of A) the quality of the video, B) how old they look, C) the song choice, and D) John Nolan and Shaun Cooper are not seen performing (sad face) with the band. It’s still interesting to see how far they’ve grown, how much they’ve stayed the same, how chubby Jimmy Kimmel looks, and that this music was super mainstream at the time!

Enjoy.

Spencer Chamberlain To Fill In For Adam Lazzara

Recently, Taking Back Sunday had to postpone a few shows over the past week because Adam Lazzara’s wife was giving birth to the couple’s second son. The baby boy is having a few complications. Lazzara is staying with his family in Charlotte while the baby boy gets better; Lazzara posted pictures of the baby on Instagram and stated that he was a tough little guy. I will not post those pictures even though they are in the public domain because it would be uncouth for someone to post pictures of a baby in a condition like that, at least in my opinion. We wish Adam and his family the best.

Former Underoath lead singer, Spencer Chamberlain, will fill in for Lazzara as lead singer for the remaining stops on the tour (tweets confirming it below). I am unsure of Chamberlain’s ability to sing Taking Back Sunday songs, but he has done well singing for Underoath so I believe he has the ability to do it. I wish Chamberlain and the rest of Taking Back Sunday well on the ‘So Sick Tour’, as well as Polar Bear Club and Transit.

 

Do you believe Spencer Chamberlain is a good fill-in for Adam Lazzara? Let us know in the comments.

Here is Spencer Chamberlain’s Twitter Default:

People love these horse masks.

People love these horse masks.

Band of the Week: Polar Bear Club!

Here are the previous ‘Band of the Week’ recipients.

Do not confuse the band Polar Bear Club with the Polar Bear Club of Coney Island. I was utterly befuddled when I tried to find biographical information on the band and it led me to a site dedicated to ‘the oldest winter bathing organization in the United States.’ That’s awesome, Polar Bear Club of Coney Island, but I’m much more interested in the band.

Fantastic cover art for the new album Death Chorus - out November 11th, 2013! (Source)

Fantastic cover art for the new album Death Chorus – out November 11th, 2013! (Source)

Polar Bear Club formed in 2005 in upstate New York (Rochester and Syracuse to be exact), and currently consist of five members: Jimmy Stadt (lead singer), Steve Port (drummer), Chris Browne (lead guitarist), Patrick Benson (guitarist, and Tyler Smith (guitarist). The group has had eight other members (obviously not at the same time) that were a part of Polar Bear Club at some point.

The band released a five song demo CD-R after forming, but it is now out of print. The demo well received, and the band was noticed by Triple Attack Records (TAR). TAR helped release the band’s first EP The Redder, the Better, in the spring of 2006. The EP was received even better than the five song demo, so well that it made several year-end ‘best of’ lists on blogs, webzines, and Australian radio ‘Triple R’s Bullying The Jukebox’ program. Quite incredible for a band that was still relatively new. The Redder, the Better EP is also out of print on CD, but can be purchased by digital download and 12″ vinyl. I advise buying it, on either medium.

Photo from the band's current record label, Bridge Nine. (Source)

Photo from the band’s former label, Bridge Nine. (Source)

Polar Bear Club didn’t release any official music until early 2008. The band released a full-length debut album dubbed Sometimes Things Just Disappear, which includes one of my favorite songs: ‘Another Night In The Rock.’ Sometimes Things Just Disappear continued the trend of Polar Bear Club music appearing on ‘best of’ lists, being lauded on blogs, and increasing their fanbase tremendously. This album led to the band being signed by Bridge Nine Records in 2009. The label’s owner, Chris Wrenn, had this to say about adding Polar Bear Club to Bridge Nine Records:

We couldn’t be more excited to add Polar Bear Club to the family. This was one of the best and easiest decisions we’ve made and it’s a great way to start off 2009. Not only are they an incredible band, but they know who they are and what they want to be—and they fit in perfect perfectly with the way B9 is growing.

Bridge Nine Records kindly issued Sometimes Things Just Disappear on vinyl during spring of 2009.

An 'ad' from Polar Bear Club (& Transit and The Way Back) for a show in Madson, Wisconsin after Taking Back Sunday had to back because of Adam Lazzara's wife going into labor. (Source)

A recent ‘ad’ from Polar Bear Club (& Transit and The Way Back) for a show in Madson, Wisconsin after Taking Back Sunday had to back because of Adam Lazzara’s wife going into labor. (Source)

Through the next few months Polar Bear Club began touring through the United Kingdom and other parts of Europe with the band The Gaslight Anthem, as well as with Frank Turner. After this tour, the band announced they would be working on a new album in the spring of 2009. The band’s sophomore album is titled Chasing Hamburg, and was released on September 8th, 2009. Bridge Nine Records released the albums on 12″ vinyls and CDs; I do not believe this album is out of print just yet!

In 2010 the band released a remix of ‘Drifting Thing’ off Chasing Hamburg exclusively on AbsolutePunk.net. Here is that remix. The band also played at the Hevy Music Festival in Folkestone, Kent (UK) in 2010, and The AP Fall Ball 2010. Shortly after The AP Fall Ball 2010, Polar Bear Club spent the next six months recording their next album: Clash Battle Guilt Pride.

(Clash Battle Guilt Pride includes two more of my favorite songs by Polar Bear Club: ‘Pawner’ and ‘Screams In Caves.’)

After creating Clash Battle Guilt Pride, Polar Bear Club toured throughout 2012 and made stops at Leeds and Reading festival 2012, as well as touring with The Gaslight Anthem. During the Slam Dunk Festival in 2013, Jimmy Stadt announced the band would be in the studio recording a new album after the tour.  That album Death Chorus will be released on November 19th, 2013 and you better buy it! The band is currently on tour with Transit and Taking Back Sunday, but the tour has been put on a hiatus (sort of) because of the birth of Adam Lazzara’s second son. Polar Bear Club and Transit are still determined to continue the tour, and I’m sure they wish Adam, Adam’s wife, and their new son well.

Here is one of my favorite songs and videos by Polar Bear Club:


Thank you for reading.

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Taking Back Sunday Concert In Columbus, Ohio!

I previously mentioned that I was going to a Taking Back Sunday concert; this is a recap of an amazing time seeing my favorite band, as well as three other quality bands! I apologize for any poor quality pictures – I was enjoying myself too much to take my time with pictures.

Waiting in line! Didn't mean to snap a picture of the young woman in front of me texting.

Waiting in line! Didn’t mean to snap a picture of the young woman in front of me texting.

My friend and I got to the venue about an hour before the doors opened to a decent sized crowd waiting already. Nearly every person in line was wearing long sleeves or a jacket of some sorts because of the temperatures being in the 50s (Fahrenheit) and a slight drizzle at some points. There was a lot of time to people watch since we were right across from the campus of The Ohio State University (right across from the Union to be exact). It helped pass the time and was some nice amusement.

Finally 7:00 PM rolls around and we are let into the venue. I nabbed a wrist band because I’m 23 and I like to have options. My friend directs us to a nice little niche where we will be next to the pit, but not in the pit; it was still 15 feet or less from the stage. It was a great spot for my old bones. Sadly there were two unenthusiastic ladies in front of us that did nothing but incessantly take pictures of Adam Lazzara (Taking Back Sunday’s lead singer in case you have been under a rock your entire life) and give everyone dirty looks. But that’s another story for another time.

The first band, Lawskof (Check out their Facebook page!), was essentially done setting up their equipment and began playing roughly 25 minutes after the doors opened. They were ready to play. I had never heard of them before, but now I know they’re from Cleveland and are a punk rock band that can bring the energy. I also very much liked their lead singer’s shirt that read ‘Eat Shit & Die.’ I found that very hilarious for some odd reason.

Lawskof from Cleveland. They bring a lot of energy.

Lawskof from Cleveland. They bring a lot of energy.

After Lawskof finished their set (it was only four or five songs from what I remember), it took about 10 minutes for the next band to set up their equipment. Transit was that band; they’re from Boston. This was the other band I was extremely excited for since I had actually listened to several of their songs for several months (Skipping Stone and Young New England to name two). Transit must have taken Lawskof’s energy and then doubled it! They were fantastic and really got the crowd involved, even though at least half of the crowd had never heard of them before. Those people are now definitely fans of Transit.

Lead singer Joe Boynton absolutely destroying it! He crowd surfed at one point and the crowd went wild.

Lead singer Joe Boynton absolutely destroying it! He crowd surfed at one point and the crowd went wild.

Transit released a new album Young New England in April and I highly advise you to go buy it right now.

After Transit played their stellar set (several songs, I lost count), Polar Bear Club began to set up their equipment. Polar Bear Club was the second most well known band playing in Columbus that night, and, although I had not heard much of them before a few days ago, I really liked their sound.

Polar Bear Club right after a song.

Polar Bear Club getting their equipment set up. Their album art work (the image at the back of the stage) is one of the better looking albums I have seen in a while.

Lead singer Jimmy Stadt has a powerful voice. I was absolutely stunned that someone of similar stature as my own could have such a deep strength in their voice like that. It really added to the emotion that the band brought last night. I barely knew the words to the songs (my fault, not Polar Bear Club’s), but I was really enveloped in the crowd that was enveloped by Polar Bear Club. The light arrangements were spectacular as well. Polar Bear Club is in the process of recording an album, so I advise you to ‘like’ their Facebook page, or follow them on Twitter! (Stadt also looks like a close friend of mine, which made me like Polar Bear Club even more.)

Polar Bear Club began to remove their equipment, and the crowd knew that Taking Back Sunday was soon to be on stage. Nearly everyone in the venue was anxious (except the two bland ladies in front of me) and ready to burst of excitement as soon as the members of Taking Back Sunday took the stage. It took no more than ten minutes for Taking Back Sunday to take the stage after Polar Bear Club disassembled their equipment.

Taking Back Sunday taking the stage.

Taking Back Sunday taking the stage.

I can’t for the life of me remember what song Taking Back Sunday began their set with, but everyone in the venue went absolutely nuts! (I want to say it was ‘You Know How I Do’ from TAYF (Tell All Your Friends), but that may be me just thinking that they’d begin with their first song off their first album.) After the first song, lead singer Adam Lazzara said, ‘Watch this everyone… O-H…’ and the crowd replied loudly ‘I-O!’

Lazzara said, ‘Works every time I’m in Columbus!’

Guitarist Eddie Reyes tearing it up!

Guitarist Eddie Reyes tearing it up!

The crowd, including myself and my friend, sang every song in unison with the band. Every chorus, every backing vocals, every lead vocals. Everything was sung by the crowd. It was truly a fantastic experience. Taking Back Sunday played popular songs ‘Cute Without the E (Cut from the Team)’, ‘Liar (It Takes One To Know One)’ and ‘Make Damn Sure‘ (last song of the night), but also played fan favorite songs ‘My Blue Heaven’ (one of my favorites), ‘One-Eighty By Summer’, and ‘What’s It Feel Like To Be A Ghost?’ The band also sprinkled in ‘Catholic Knees’ (the only song off the album New Again to be played – to my knowledge) and ‘Call Me In The Morning’ – which is a fantastic song.

John Nolan playing his guitar, while Adam Lazzara sings.

John Nolan playing his guitar, while Adam Lazzara sings.

Each song was as great as the last and I was very thankful to be able to attend the event. It was worth every single dollar and I would do it in a heartbeat.

Bassist Shaun Cooper rocking out. I apologize to drummer Mark O'Connell, I couldn't get a good picture of you buddy! My bad.

Bassist Shaun Cooper rocking out. I apologize to drummer Mark O’Connell, I couldn’t get a good picture of you buddy! My bad.

After Taking Back Sunday finished their set, we all cheered and clapped like crazy. The venue started to clear out, and my friend said ‘Hey let’s go hang out by their tour bus.’ I didn’t even hesitate and said ‘Of course. Let’s.’ So we meander out of the venue and head towards their tour bus, which was not far from the venue at all. Several people were starting to gather near the exit of the venue, but my friend and I just plopped down on a slight hill right next to the bus. We were the only ones there right next to the bus. Slowly members of the opening bands started to walk by and place their equipment into their trailers.

After about ten minutes of waiting, guitarist Eddie Reyes started to walk into the the tour bus and I shouted ‘Hey Eddie! You did great!’ He replied graciously with a ‘Thank you!’ But I think I came off as a bit of a weirdo because then I said ‘Eddie I tweeted you a cool picture of you playing!’ He replied with a ‘Um, okay thanks man!’ Eddie, if you’re reading this I am sorry to come off as a weirdo.

After about fifteen more minutes John Nolan moseyed down towards the tour bus and I snapped the below picture with him. Great guy, like all the other members. He thanked my friend and I for being fans. I didn’t catch bassist Shaun Cooper, or drummer Mark O’Connell. I either just missed them or they were already on the bus.

I look a lot taller than John Nolan here, but I'm actually on an incline. My attire isn't the great either.

I look a lot taller than John Nolan here, but I’m actually on an incline. My attire isn’t the greatest either.

I can’t remember the exact time but it was roughly 12:30 AM and my friend started to become bitterly cold (it was in the high 40s, low 50s). She was contemplating leaving since we had waited for so long and there was a large crowd waiting for Adam Lazzara to leave the venue. But as we were about to leave, we heard some rustling behind us. I turn around and lo and behold it’s Adam! He had snuck around the crowd and made his way through some yards to make it to the bus without noticing. We asked for some pictures and he politely obliged. My friend is still talking about (and will be talking about) how Adam called her ‘babe.’ He did laugh at a joke of mine, and chuckled at me mentioning how great he is on social media.

I think Adam's wondering why I wore a cardigan to a rock concert.

I think Adam’s wondering why I wore a cardigan to a rock concert.

It was a blast. I wish all the bands on the ‘So Sick Tour’ the best and safe travels.