Last night my band played with Souvenir's Young America, City of Ships, and Monolith at Siren Records in Doylestown, PA; it was a fun time all the bands played real well and were enjoyable to watch. It isn't often that my band gets to play shows that every band on the bill is exciting for me to watch (I have a weird taste in music); not only that, but they were all super friendly to boot. I was able to talk to them (I have several social anxiety issues and have a hard time just talking to people so this was big to me and I am sure Graham from Souvenir's got tired of me talking to him about Infest).
I know I am not making too much sense, but I had a great time last night. Siren records was great too. All the people were super nice as well and make a great venue for shows. I can't wait to play there again.
You should check out all the bands that played with us as they were all great. I am going to include my band as well in a bout of shamless self promotion I am in Gholas and this was order of the bands from start to finish (except switch City of Ships and Souvenir's do to my tired technical issue.
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