Last night, I had the incredible opportunity to attend the highly anticipated Tegan and Sara concert held at the Charleston Music Hall. As soon as I walked into the venue, I was greeted by a palpable sense of excitement and anticipation.
Squeeze’s music is upbeat, very British, with wordy lyrics describing failed relationships, upbeat melodies and memorable, singable ditties. Four decades later, founders and singers Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford still have friendship, harmonies, and the new members can deliver with the same deliberate passion.
The concert last night at The Senate in Columbia, SC featuring Mercy Union, Prine Daddy & The Hyena, and The Menzingers was an extraordinary experience that left a lasting impression. The intimate setting provided a more personal connection between the performers and the enthusiastic crowd, making the atmosphere even more electrifying. The energy in the room was palpable, with fans fully absorbed in the moment. The pit was a sight to behold, as the crowd moshed, even breaking out into a group hug at one point.