Bad Suns, Hunny and QTY continue their Love Like Revenge Tour in New York City at Irving Plaza

Bad Suns is currently touring the United States and Canada with Hunny and QTY on the twenty-four date Love Like Revenge Tour. Saturday night, the tour made its stop at Irving Plaza in NYC. New York based band QTY opened up the show and got their hometown excited for the two SoCal bands to follow.

The alternative rock group, Hunny, was next on the bill. This band was full of energy and spontaneity and kept the crowd going with their fun and dynamic songs.

Bad Suns

Bad Suns

Finally, Bad Suns came to the stage. The anticipation of the fans in the crowd was very obvious as they erupted in screams of adoration for the Los Angeles based Indie Rock band. The band began their set with the upbeat and easy to dance to song Disappear Here, the title track from their most recent album. The entire night was filled with passion and excitement, especially when lead singer Christo Bowman leapt across the barrier and effortlessly walked across the crowd, lifted up by the hands of the people below him. The concert came to an end when the band closed with their song Salt from their 2014 release, Language & Perspective.

More information on the band as well as upcoming tour dates can be found at badsuns.tumblr.com/tourdates.

QTY

QTY

Hunny

Hunny

Hunny

Bad Suns

Bad Suns

Bad Suns

Bad Suns

Bad Suns

Taylor Lyon

Taylor Lyon is a photography student at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. She has been pursuing photography for 4 years and currently focuses on music photography, street photograph, and portraits. More work at tadlphotos.com.

Bad Suns, Hunny and QTY continue their Love Like Revenge Tour in New York City at Irving Plaza

Bad Suns is currently touring the United States and Canada with Hunny and QTY on the twenty-four date Love Like Revenge Tour. Saturday night, the tour made its stop at Irving Plaza in NYC. New York based band QTY opened up the show and got their hometown excited for the two SoCal bands to follow.

The alternative rock group, Hunny, was next on the bill. This band was full of energy and spontaneity and kept the crowd going with their fun and dynamic songs.

Bad Suns

Bad Suns

Finally, Bad Suns came to the stage. The anticipation of the fans in the crowd was very obvious as they erupted in screams of adoration for the Los Angeles based Indie Rock band. The band began their set with the upbeat and easy to dance to song Disappear Here, the title track from their most recent album. The entire night was filled with passion and excitement, especially when lead singer Christo Bowman leapt across the barrier and effortlessly walked across the crowd, lifted up by the hands of the people below him. The concert came to an end when the band closed with their song Salt from their 2014 release, Language & Perspective.

More information on the band as well as upcoming tour dates can be found at badsuns.tumblr.com/tourdates.

QTY

QTY

Hunny

Hunny

Hunny

Bad Suns

Bad Suns

Bad Suns

Bad Suns

Bad Suns

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