Bad Suns Concert Review
A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to attend a Bad Suns concert in Orlando as part of their Language & Perspective Tour, which was one of the greatest nights of my life. For a little background information, Bad Suns is a 70s/80s-inspired alternative rock band from Southern California. Its four members are Christo Bowman (vocals) Gavin Bennett (bass) Miles Morris (drums) and Ray Libby (guitar). Their debut EP, Transpose, was released in 2014, and later in the year, their full-length album, Language & Perspective, was released. I have been to many concerts in my lifetime, and I have to say this one was definitely one of the very best, so I felt the need to share my amazing Bad Suns experience with you!
Right from the second they got on stage, the whole crowd was engaged and there was never a dull moment. They were brilliant live, maybe even better than how they sound on the album. Though it was insanely packed and people were pushing to get to the front most of the time (lucky for me, I was already in the very front) it was actually a really cool experience! Christo even crowd surfed a few times and that was just madness (in a good way, of course.) Also, being the technical geek I am sometimes, the lighting was the coolest thing ever and really matched well with the music, especially during their song Pretend. One thing I particularly loved about the show wasn’t just how exciting the music, people, and lights were, but how appreciative they were. Christo had to have thanked us at least fifteen times throughout the show. I could tell by all of their facial expressions that they really enjoyed what they were doing, and that’s why Bad Suns is a truly outstanding group and I really recommend them to everyone, especially anyone who loves chill, beachy-vibe rock bands.