Photos and Words by Carol Simpson
Right off the heels of their latest release, tryhard, The Band CAMINO is traveling around North America on their largest headlining tour to date. Last time they were in New York City the band sold out Music Hall of Williamsburg, a 600 cap room. This time around they brought out a crowd of 1,400 to the legendary Webster Hall.
They filled the room with tangible electricity as they took the stage. They’re setlist including everything from old favorites like I Spent Too Much Time In My Room and For A While to newer hits like What I Want and Hush Hush. The last time they were in the city it was an exciting performance, but something about this show felt different. The band graced the stage with a confidence and presence that completely commanded the room. Even in a larger venue with advanced production they were still the same fun-loving band that made you want to let loose and get lost in the moment.
The complementary vocals from Jeffrey and Spencer adds so much dynamic to the set. Seeing them go back and forth and play off of each other’s stage presence is exciting in itself. Graham and Garrison hold it all together with their sweet bass grooves and consistent drumming, respectively.
Often times bands can seem like they’re just running through the motions as they put on a show. Every member of The Band CAMINO looked like they were genuinely having the time of their lives. The excitement and gratitude could be seen on their faces. That kind of energy is infectious and the crowd definitely felt it considering they were dancing and singing along the entire time.
Even at the next stage of their career and with the support of a sick record label, The Band CAMINO remains true to their core on the record and on the stage. If this isn’t your favorite band yet, what are you waiting for? Listen to tryhard here. You can purchase tickets and VIP packages for the remainder of the dates at TheBandCAMINO.com. View all the photos from their set below. Photos by Carol Simpson.