After the first leg of our nationwide tour, we jumped onto our friends in A Crowd Like You’s Ride Or Die tour and headed west with them; starting in our hometown of Long Island, we nearly sold out Amityville Music Hall.
Directly after that incredible Amityville show, we set out to Ohio and within a day (and with reality already settling in) we found ourselves very, very far from home. Yet we eventually were made to feel remarkably at home after playing Frankie’s Inner City in Toledo OH, which several locals made it known to us that it was, “the most fun we’ve had in a while”. We then headed out west. After playing three insane shows across Michigan with our new friends in Lights Out Paris and hitting up Bier Stube in Illinois, we had one of our most successful performances which took place at the Moxi Theater in Colorado.
After a quick pit stop in Las Vegas for a night, we headed off to California to finish up our tour. Santa Ana would prove to be one of the highlights of the tour but by now we were showing signs of being home sick and missing our friends and family back in Long Island, NY. I guess the reality that “good things must come to an end” is finally hitting us and this journey across America will all be a fantastic memory very soon. It’s comforting to know, however, that we will be keeping the promises we made and coming back to these places one day soon to visit and play for all the amazing friends we made along the way.
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