October 1st - YMCA - Burlington
Robbie already made a post about this, but I'll do a more detailed one.
I got there pretty early, and basically just socialized, and waited for the band to show up. But of course, they had to scare the shit out of me and show up basically 10 or 20 minutes before we had to play. We almost lost our time slot, which wouldn't have been good.
So we hauled all of our gear upstairs, which wasn't the easiest task, and got set up. It was Robbies first show with us, and a lot of his friends showed up to support him, which was really awesome. In fact, we had a pretty decent turn out for an opening band. I'd say that about 50-100 people were in the room while we played, and maybe 30-50 of those were watching us. So that was really cool. A lot of our friends were there, so it's really awesome to see some familiar faces, as well as some new ones.
We played really tightly, even though Dillon didn't sing half of the stuff. Jose's drumming was so tight, it was unbelievable how well he held everything together. He often get's overlooked, but hands down he is one of the most crucial members of our band, and such a sweet dude. But in any case, we dropped 3 new songs, called:
Someone should tell them that Oliver is missing.
I've only had one sexual dream, and it involved Indiana Jones.
In memory of Lou Bega.
They were pretty well recieved, as well as the old songs that we still play. Actually, people were telling me that the old songs sounded exactly like the recordings, which is a good thing really. So while were on the topic, we have dropped most of our old songs, and now we only play: Bears can't fly, Is it you, and She Reminds me, as well as the three new ones, and our intro.
So awesome show, despite some problems.
Hopefully we can see everyone on the 14th with Blessed by a Broken Heart. You can see Me and Dillon each make out with 5 guys... again.
PS.. Numbers, Revolt! loves meeting new people!
So come to talk to us at shows!!!