Photos: Architects and letlive. at the Glass House (Pomona, CA)

I the Mighty (San Francisco, CA), Glass Cloud (Hampton, VA), Architects (Brighton, UK), and letlive. (Los Angeles, CA)
May 16th, 2014
The Glass House in Pomona, CA

letlive.’s tour hit the West Coast not too long ago bringing along I the Mighty, Glass Cloud, and Architects to The Glass House in Pomona.  The sold out show had folks lined up outside the venue for hours before door time.  So naturally once  everyone was eager for the music to start.

I the Mighty played first and boy did they deliver.  Brent Walsh’s voice and Ian Pedigo’s guitar playing are excellent.  Have you caught these guys live yet?  If you haven’t yet I’d get on that quickly.  Granted, I’ve only seen them live a handful of times but I’m always impressed after their performances.  This night was no different.

Glass Cloud hit the stage with full force and didn’t let up until their set was finished.  Given the energy these guys put into their show it’s no wonder the crowd surfers made their way forward quickly.  The band sounded great and left me wishing I had heard their music so much sooner.

Architects was one of those bands I had heard a lot about and never listened to.  Big mistake on my part.  These guys were excellent.  As their energy went up, the temperature in the venue followed and so did the intensity of the crowd.  The mosh pit got  bigger and more crowd surfers came made their way to the front.   The entire crowd was in motion for the entirety of their set and it was kind of hard not to be when a band plays so great.

Everything you have heard about a letlive. show is true.  They really are as energetic and chaotic as you think they are.  You really are in for one of the best shows of your life if you have a ticket in your hand.  It’s worth every cent because letlive. is one of the greatest live acts out and about right now.  As soon as the band began to play the crowd went absolutely nuts.  Frontman Jason Butler was all over the place and the crowd kept up with him the whole time.  The band played perfectly and their energy never died down except for only a few moments when Butler had the house lights turned on to say a quick thank you to those in attendance and then the chaos continued.  letlive is a band with an incredible message and you should hear it.  letlive. is a band that gives me hope for the future of music. Do yourself a favor and check out some (all) of their music or (and) head out and see a show, you won’t regret it.  Also, heads up UK they’re coming your way next -dates are here.

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