THE FRIGHTS + THE RED PEARS @ THE GLASS HOUSE
Photos by Maximilian Ho
Armed with guitars, drum sticks, and plenty of tequila, The Frights whipped their fans into a frenzy with their infectious tunes. The usual moshing and crowd surfing happened throughout the set turning The Glass House into a hot mess. Fans at the rail may have shed a tear as they watched lead singer Mikey Carnevale sing about a painful breakup during “Whatever.” For reasons unknown, “Me and We and I” inspired a few fans to stage a break dance session on the floor while The Frights played an extended jam of their song. They wrapped up with old favorite “Crust Bucket.” The Frights’ first ever live album Live at The Observatory drops Friday, April 12th.
Folks showed up early and rocked out to fast rising trio The Red Pears while they played a bunch of tunes including the melancholic song “Forever” and “Daylight/Moonlight” with its havoc inspiring chorus.