Sunday night at the Bowery Ballroom in New York City I had the chance of seeing The Spinto Band on the last show of their lengthy international tour. Never have I seen such an outburst of energy like that on stage. In one word, it was astonishing. The Spinto Band are extremely tight on stage even when they whipped out the kazoos for ‘Brown Boxes.’
The band kicked off the show with ‘Summer Grof’ which was an unexpected surprise. Nick Krill’s and Thomas Hughes’ vocals compliment each other even more so live than they do on their records. The Spintos really had the whole place dancing, and not only is their playing tight, but their harmonies are absolutely extraordinary. Somehow they double the perfection of their albums when they are on stage, and how they manage to do that, I’ll never know. From one song to the next, The Spinto Band delivered the goods from the mandolin of ‘Oh Mandy’ and beyond. I can’t wait until The Spinto Band comes back to New York City again. They are literally one of the best bands out there today.
They All Laughed
Pumpkin’s and Paisley
Direct to Helmet
CHECK OUT 3 VIDEOS of The SPINTO BAND from the Bowery over at my Vimeo
Check out more live photos of The Spinto Band at the Bowery after the Jump
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BONUS: Tomorrow I will be posting my interview with The Spinto Band from Sunday night! So keep an eye out for that!