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Exclusive Photos: Chase Atlantic ‘Phases’ Tour Hits Webster Hall

Chase Atlantic are well into the latest chapter of their career, easily the best chapter yet. Their summer headlining tour hit NYC for a sold out show at the newly renovated Webster Hall. The show featured support from up and coming act Lauren Sanderson. Between Sanderson’s high energy Hip-hop/Pop set and Chase Atlantic’s insane production value, the show was a full on party.

Webster Hall’s ballroom has always had a shaky floor, but there was an extra bounce that could be felt with all of the fans jumping around and dancing. The songs from their latest record, Phases, were crowd favorites all night along as they sang along. Their biggest headlining show to date in the city proves that they are the real deal and that the newest record translates effortlessly to the live setting. It’s a shame their limited hour long set couldn’t fit more of their incredible songs, but it featured most of the singles from the record and old time favorites like Okay, Uncomfortable, and What U Call That off their Don’t Try This EP.

The band has capped their time in NYC with a free meet and greet downtown today. They’re incredibly appreciative of their fans and it’s evident on and off the stage. The band closed out their set with one of their rowdiest tracks, Okay. Mitchel and Christian jumped into the crowd and danced right alongside the fans. The Phases Tour only has one North American date left, but if you’re lucky enough you can catch the band touring Europe and the UK this fall. Dates here.

Whether you missed the Phases tour or just want to relive the night, view photos from the sold out Webster Hall show below. All photos by Carol Simpson.


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