Last month, Don Broco's North American tour with Selfish Things, Sleep On It, and Trash Boat visited Mesa, Arizona. This pop-punk and alternative stacked lineup had fans at The Nile Theater fill with joy.
Selfish Things, an alternative band out of Canada, opened up the show. They put on a very emotional performance, which was the perfect setup for the rest of the night. I recommend checking out their song "Blood" from the album Logos that was released on September 20.
Next up was Sleep On It, a pop-punk band from Chicago, Illinois. They put on an energetic set, playing new songs, and getting the crowd riled up for the next two acts. Be sure to check out their newest album Pride & Disaster, which dropped mid-September.
Trash Boat, a British pop-punk band played next. They put on a very high energy show and got everyone in the crowd moshing and dancing along. Sydney Dolezal of Dollskin even jumped up on stage to sing with Trash Boat's lead singer Tobi Duncan towards the end of the set. I recommend checking out their newly released single called "Synthetic Sympathy."
Finally, Don Broco took the stage. The alternative band hailing from Bedford, England put on a great set. The second they came on stage, everyone in the crowd was singing along to their song "Pretty." When their newly released song "Action" was performed, everyone in the song was chanting along. They closed out the night with "T-Shirt Song" and had everyone in the audience waving their shirts around to the song. Checkout their song "Come Out To LA," which is one of my personal favorites.