Experience Spanish Love Songs‘ recent Denver show, where they performed with friends Oso Oso, Worry Club, and Sydney Sprague. Our latest concert review delves into a night of killer music that captivated Summit! πŸ’–

Show Details

🎀 Co-Headliners: Spanish Love Songs, Oso Oso
🎸 Opening Acts: Worry Club, Sydney Sprague
πŸ“… Date: 4/13/2024
πŸ“ Location: Denver, CO
πŸ”Š Venue: Summit
πŸ“’ Promoter: Live Nation
πŸ“Έ Photographer: Tay Hansen

Spanish Love Songs

Summit was abuzz last Saturday as Spanish Love Songs stormed the stage, unleashing a torrent of energy and raw emotion that captured the essence of their latest album, No Joy, alongside timeless hits from Brave Faces, Everyone.

Their setlist was a rollercoaster of emotions, with anthems that had the crowd singing along at the top of their lungs. Highlights included the poignant “Self-Destruction (as a Sensible Career Choice)” and the cathartic “Losers2.” Newer tracks like “Marvel,” “Pendulum,” and “Clean-Up Crew” are already well-known by Denver fans and were received with immense enthusiasm. They showcase the band’s evolution while staying true to their punk rock roots.

The synergy between the band and the electric Denver crowd was incredible!

Oso Oso

Oso Oso brought their unique blend of indie rock and emo to the stage, delivering a dynamite performance! Atmospheric shoegaze-y “basking in the glow,” a crowd favorite, brought out all the warm and fuzzies. New faves from Oso Oso’s latest album sore thumb like “computer exploder” and “pensacola” were hits too!

Worry Club

Next up, Worry Clubβ€”their performance of the hit “I Suck” resonated particularly well, marrying catchy hooks with lyrics that tapped into universal feelings of self-doubt and yearning. This energetic set was a blast!

Sydney Sprague

Sydney Sprague’s performance was a highlight, with her soulful voice and poignant songwriting shining brightly. Tracks from her sophomore album “somebody in hell loves you” were particularly impactful, with “Steve” and “Object Permanence” showcasing her ability to connect with the audience on a deeply personal level.

Until the next time, stay tuned to Soundboard for more on the Denver music scene. πŸ’–πŸŽ€πŸŒˆπŸ€˜

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