Nor'easter? No problem.
Amidst the chaotic blizzard of Wednesday night's nor'easter, Freelance Whales
played an incredible show at Webster Hall. The concert was pushed back a week, and although many couldn't make it due to the bitter weather conditions, those who attended received an intimate performance.
Conveyer and Geographer opened for the Whales, keeping the mood suspenseful and enjoyable. The Whales opened up with "Aeolus" which is the first track from their newest album Diluvia
. The set list consisted of songs from their first album as well. Their sounds invoked feelings of bliss on their slower, more captivating songs like "Broken Horse."
Watching the companionships and dependencies between the band members was almost as mesmerizing as the music itself. They alternated between spots and instruments throughout the performance.
The native New Yorkers kept their spirits up amidst the rocky conditions of the concert. But for everyone at Webster Hall, it was apparent that the band wanted to be on that stage as passionately as the fans wanted to witness the fleeting, nostalgic sounds.