Hail The Sun, Capsize, Eidola, LIMBS, The Crooked Sound, Northern Life
The Webster Underground in Hartford, CT – 6.7.2017
Words and Photos by Brittany Isaacson
Hail The Sun set out on tour last month with support from Capsize, Eidola, and Limbs. The run stopped at The Webster Underground in Hartford for a wild and intimate show.
Opening the night were local talents Northern Life and The Crooked Sound. Both groups captured the crowds attention and opened the night on a good note.
The first touring act to take the stage was Limbs, whose post-hardcore sound had even unfamiliar spectators hooked on their performance. Their bottomless energy and vibrant production made their set unlike any other that night.
Following Limbs was experimental post-hardcore group Eidola. The group captivated the crowd with their sweeping passion and transcendent lyrics.
Not a body was still when Capsize began their set. From the first note, the group had the crowd pushing to the front to get as close to the stage as possible. Fans screamed the lyrics as Capsize performed a set suffused with spirit. Vocalist Daniel Wand jumped into the growing mosh pit for an intimate experience as kids crowded the mic for a chance to sing along.
Finally Hail The Sun took the stage and stunned all with their dynamic music and unique lineup. Vocalist and drummer Donovan Melero let his vocals echo beautifully throughout the room as he jumped onto the drums for an uncommon spectacle. Playing fan favorites such as “Black Seratonin” and “Railmaster,” as well as newer songs like “Paranoia,” Hail The Sun pleased fans new and old.
The Crooked Sound
Hail The Sun