The Wrecks kicked off the show that night. Killing it with crowd favorites like ‘Favorite Liar’ that currently had over five million plays on Spotify, to my favorite played that night James Dean off their upcoming album. Their song James Dean their singer referred to it as a possible single but shh.. don’t tell the label that. The Wrecks definitely got the crowd going, and never stopped. These guys are great and I advise everyone to keep an eye on them because they will do great things.
Running out on stage in disguise next was Waterparks. They got the crowd jumping around, singing and having a good time. Waterparks just recently won best breakthrough band at the 2017 Alternative Press Music Awards. After the show was over and I was walking to my car and seen the boys, I went over and had a few moments to talk to them. After we all manage to get a dysfunctional picture with them since none of us could stay still. If you live in the U.K. I would keep an eye out this fall to see if they are playing a show near you.
As the SWMRS boys take the stage there is one more familiar figure to take the stage, Jack of All Time Low decided to play the first song of the set along with the boys. The SWMRS boys rocked the stage with nonstop enthusiasm, jumping down into the crowd and putting on a great show. If you like punk rock music, these are the boys for you. You can jam to their music alone or put it on to pump up a crowd. Don’t worry about running out of songs to choose form, they have four albums to choose from so you won’t run out of songs to choose from.
All Time freaking Low, who doesn’t love them. The All Time Low boys killed it like usual, playing crowd favorites to songs of their new album ‘Last Young Renegade’ that came out earlier this year. The set the boys put on was great, everyone jumping and singing along without a care in the world. Cracking joke about roller coaster babies to jack yelling to the lady in the kitchen about chicken tenders, there is never a dull moment on stage with these boys. I cannot wait to see what the future has in store for these boys.
Review/Photos by: Cheyenne Simmons