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Tigers Jaw, Saintseneca and Smidley join forces for a fun and enthusiastic show at Webster Hall

Foxing singer Conor Murphy’s new indie rock band Smidley opened up the show with fun, relatable lyrics and wild stage presence. The audience was filling in steadily as they played and everyone who got to experience the set was almost as enthusiastic as the band.

Saintseneca came on and after one song, one of their guitarists recited a nursery rhyme he came up with about fidget spinners. Beside the silly joke, the intensity of their passion as musicians became increasingly more obvious as their set progressed and numerous crowd members were yelling for the release of their upcoming record, from which there is currently only one single out.

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw was heavily anticipated by every person in the room, it seemed. As 10pm got closer, you could almost feel the anxious energy from each person rising. The room erupted when Ben and Brianna took stage and immediately started playing. Their most recent record “spin” got lots of love that night but they made sure to hit favorites from previous records like “Charmer”. The audience seemed to love every second of their set. From the front row fans who knew all the words, to those who were moshing, to stage divers, to the drunk people performing what looked like a ritual dance in the back… everyone was having a great time.

Tigers Jaw performed beautifully and passionately, giving the audience exactly what we wanted and more. If you have never had the opportunity to see such a band play, you are truly missing out.

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Smidley

Smidley

Smidley

Saintseneca

Saintseneca

Saintseneca

Saintseneca

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Smidley

Smidley

Smidley

Saintseneca

Saintseneca

Saintseneca

Saintseneca

Meghan McCabe
Meghan McCabe is a photographer based in New York City. More of her work is available at meghanameliaphoto.com.

Tigers Jaw, Saintseneca and Smidley join forces for a fun and enthusiastic show at Webster Hall

Foxing singer Conor Murphy’s new indie rock band Smidley opened up the show with fun, relatable lyrics and wild stage presence. The audience was filling in steadily as they played and everyone who got to experience the set was almost as enthusiastic as the band.

Saintseneca came on and after one song, one of their guitarists recited a nursery rhyme he came up with about fidget spinners. Beside the silly joke, the intensity of their passion as musicians became increasingly more obvious as their set progressed and numerous crowd members were yelling for the release of their upcoming record, from which there is currently only one single out.

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw was heavily anticipated by every person in the room, it seemed. As 10pm got closer, you could almost feel the anxious energy from each person rising. The room erupted when Ben and Brianna took stage and immediately started playing. Their most recent record “spin” got lots of love that night but they made sure to hit favorites from previous records like “Charmer”. The audience seemed to love every second of their set. From the front row fans who knew all the words, to those who were moshing, to stage divers, to the drunk people performing what looked like a ritual dance in the back… everyone was having a great time.

Tigers Jaw performed beautifully and passionately, giving the audience exactly what we wanted and more. If you have never had the opportunity to see such a band play, you are truly missing out.

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Smidley

Smidley

Smidley

Saintseneca

Saintseneca

Saintseneca

Saintseneca

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw

Smidley

Smidley

Smidley

Saintseneca

Saintseneca

Saintseneca

Saintseneca

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