I am still wondering where the inspiration for the name came from or what it means but one thing is clear: Night of Terrors of 1927 knows how to turn on an audience.
The concert took place at LA’s Fonda Theater, a very intimate venue that has a perfect view from any given area. Before you read on, you must know that I was not very familiar with the band before this show. Yet, after the show I walked out as a fan and want to tell you all why.
“True love is always subject to change, but we take our chances, we take them anyway. I don’t want to be a gambler all my life…help me raise me up to the light, help me shine…”
I stopped for a second to contemplate that line and I loved that I did that- because I think as a performer knowing that you had a line or a chord that made someone feel something-anything- must be the most gratifying thing.
If you know the Night Terrors you know that their most popular song is “When You Were Mine” and while it was not performed with Tegan and Sara, it was done just as well with the help of Cecilia and Nichole. They were on the keyboard and guitar that night-which at this moment I’d like to point out that they were fabulous with the instruments and themselves added to the energy.
Let’s be real, as an audience we love it when the artist comes down from the stage to mingle with us- and thats exactly what Jarrod Gorbel did and we loved it.
Overall, Night Terrors of 1927 were synced, enjoyed their time on stage, have killer vocals, and kept the room alive song after song. It’s a good show when you are left craving for more and for now I must quench my thirst by subscribing to their Spotify channel and Instagram account. It was a pleasure.
Get more from the band at their website here.