The Maine are currently out on a massive fall tour with Twin XL. The Mirror Tour brought out a crowd of 1,400 to NYC’s famed Webster Hall.
Fans showed up early for indie-pop openers, Twin XL. They have been one of the most promising emerging bands this year and it was a well-deserved large crowd for them. The trio played tracks from their EP How To Talk To Strangers and played their latest single “Messy”. The band brought their signature dance moves and high energy set as usual. They have a had a massive year of touring opening for bands like Jukebox the Ghost and lovelytheband. If you don’t get a chance to see them on The Mirror Tour, they’ll be touring this winter with Fitz & The Tantrums. Check out all of their upcoming dates here and jump on the Twin XL wave before their headlining massive shows.
It was an early night with just two bands on the bill. The Maine took the stage around 9:15 and instantly opened their set with a track off of their latest record You Are OK. Their production included a massive LED screen behind the band flashing lyrics, on-brand visuals, and encouraging messages for fans. The set felt like a celebration of their 13 years as a band. The Mirror Tour continues until November 30th. Purchase tickets for the remaining dates here.
View all the photos from their set and Twin XL’s set below. All photos by Carol Simpson.