Larry and His Flask came to Brooklyn on a chilly October night, ready to party. It was perhaps the band's first time back in NYC since 2014, when they supported Foxy Shazam on what sadly ended up being Foxy's final tour. After a brief hiatus, the Bend, Oregon based LAHF are now finishing up a short stint on the road in support of their latest effort This Remedy, released just two weeks ago. The crowd went wild from the first note to the last, and the energy from the back of the stage stage to the soundboard was incredible - especially when drummer Jamin Marshall dove into the pit to surf his way back to the DJ for a high-five. LAHF took the room by storm, and left every fan aching for more despite leaving the stage around 12:35AM. Supporting acts Alex Rios, The Narrowbacks, and The Hooten Hallers may have helped to get the party started, but Larry blew the doors right off of their hinges. Catch them the next time they're in your town - you won't regret it.