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Silverstein is joined by Tonight Alive, Picturesque and Broadside for a riled up show in Anaheim, CA

Fifteen years since the release of their debut album, Silverstein are still going strong — in fact, the Ontario based band just released their ninth studio album last year. As a household name for enthusiasts of the post-hardcore genre, fans both young and old lined up for the Anaheim, Calif date of Silverstein’s “Get Free” tour, and and the band proved that they’re far from finished.

With an array of bands on the roster, the night began with Picturesque taking the stage. Mixing together a nostalgic feel of rock and hardcore, frontman Kyle Hollis’ alluring vocals captivated the crowd, and although it hasn’t even been a year since their debut full-length was released, the band has already racked up a numerable amount of supporters. Following was Broadside, whose self described “punk-rooted pop anthems” earned them a spot on the 2016 Vans Warped Tour. Already a fan, their live performance was one I had been looking forward — and I was far from disappointed. Playing songs from both of their albums, including favorites such as “Coffee Talk,” many faces in the crowd couldn’t help but sing along.

Before Silverstein took the stage, there was Tonight Alive. Just under a month shy of the release of the new album Underworld, which NME describes as “tugging on the heartstrings in all the right ways,” frontwoman Jenna McDougall graced the stage and turned what was a mellow crowd into a classic rock show.

The energy levels rose at exactly 9:45 as the riled-up and excited crowd welcomed the main attraction: Silverstein. Complete with a mosh pit and crowd surfers, band began their set with the song “Ghost” from their new album Dead Reflection, followed by old favorites such as “Bleeds No More” and “My Heroine.” By the end of the night, almost every fan was left happy, satisfied, and with a twinge of nostalgia Silverstein’s discography.

Broadside

Tonight Alive

Tonight Alive

Tonight Alive

Tonight Alive

Tonight Alive

Tonight Alive

Silverstein

Silverstein

Silverstein

Silverstein

Silverstein

Picturesque

Picturesque

Broadside

Broadside

Broadside

Sammi Hsu
Sammi Hsu is a music photographer based in Southern California. See her work at sam-xcx.com and instagram.com/sam.hs.

Silverstein is joined by Tonight Alive, Picturesque and Broadside for a riled up show in Anaheim, CA

Fifteen years since the release of their debut album, Silverstein are still going strong — in fact, the Ontario based band just released their ninth studio album last year. As a household name for enthusiasts of the post-hardcore genre, fans both young and old lined up for the Anaheim, Calif date of Silverstein’s “Get Free” tour, and and the band proved that they’re far from finished.

With an array of bands on the roster, the night began with Picturesque taking the stage. Mixing together a nostalgic feel of rock and hardcore, frontman Kyle Hollis’ alluring vocals captivated the crowd, and although it hasn’t even been a year since their debut full-length was released, the band has already racked up a numerable amount of supporters. Following was Broadside, whose self described “punk-rooted pop anthems” earned them a spot on the 2016 Vans Warped Tour. Already a fan, their live performance was one I had been looking forward — and I was far from disappointed. Playing songs from both of their albums, including favorites such as “Coffee Talk,” many faces in the crowd couldn’t help but sing along.

Before Silverstein took the stage, there was Tonight Alive. Just under a month shy of the release of the new album Underworld, which NME describes as “tugging on the heartstrings in all the right ways,” frontwoman Jenna McDougall graced the stage and turned what was a mellow crowd into a classic rock show.

The energy levels rose at exactly 9:45 as the riled-up and excited crowd welcomed the main attraction: Silverstein. Complete with a mosh pit and crowd surfers, band began their set with the song “Ghost” from their new album Dead Reflection, followed by old favorites such as “Bleeds No More” and “My Heroine.” By the end of the night, almost every fan was left happy, satisfied, and with a twinge of nostalgia Silverstein’s discography.

Broadside

Tonight Alive

Tonight Alive

Tonight Alive

Tonight Alive

Tonight Alive

Tonight Alive

Silverstein

Silverstein

Silverstein

Silverstein

Silverstein

Picturesque

Picturesque

Broadside

Broadside

Broadside

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