They started an hour and three minutes after their opening act, the surprisingly-not-terrible Phenomenal Handclap Band. They played a tight 30 minute set.
Then came the waiting game.
Friendly Fires did Lovesick, then my favorite song of theirs by far, Jump In The Pool. So considering the possible set, I got a lot of what I wanted.
It was just way too long a setup. There were many boos. The lead singer apologized and said, "I promise it wasn't us, but we'll make it up to you." Ah, but not to me, the man on the last PATH and Morris/Essex trains.
No one but Kirsty has to care about this topic. However everyone can feel free to insult my suburban shackles.
PS: It truly amazes me how isolated from all humanity I have become. I go to movies, plays, and concerts alone, exclusively now. My best friend no longer wants to hang out, finding Warcraft to be more fun than me. Online I've really only got this site, and I've pissed off...well, more of you than I thought.
At least I am only five hours away from my cute newborn niece. She's pissed off at me, too, but she is too young to do anything about it.
Oh! Before I forget:
Number of deep Vs observed in the crowd: 1
Number of plaid lumberjack shirts: 10+
The guy in the Friendly Fires: wearing a polo shirt.
Were there any denim jackets and jew fros? I always love seeing a good old fashioned Bob Dylan Hair!
Now that I think about it, no. No jackets at all owing to the summer weather and sweaty club conditions. Plus it was a hopelessly white-and-token-Asian crowd.
Um, apparently Courtney Love was there?
Oh. And no Jew fros, either.
@mike - SIIIGGHHHHH. the hipsters are ruining my lumberjack shirts. but i have to be ok with it b/c it makes lumberjack stuff WAY easier to get.
You're a trendsetter, Skanko!
Only if you wanna look like a redbearded lumberjack with dunks. then i'm your man.
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