Photo by Alexander Cihanowic
Last night in NYC felt like a fever dream for any longtime fan of emo rock. Three groups that have captured our hearts since the early 2000s—Rise Against, The Used, and Senses Fail—hit the stage at Pier 17 for a night to be remembered, playing new and old tracks alike for attendees at one Manhattan's most picturesque venues.
Senses Fail kicked off the night, performing songs like "Calling All Cars," "Buried a Lie," and "Rum Is for Drinking, Not for Burning".
Next up was The Used, who are currently celebrating twenty years of their debut self-titled album. Fans at the show were able to join alongside them in commemorating the classic LP, as the Utah natives jumped into classics like “A Box Full Of Sharp Objects” and “The Taste Of Ink”.
Headliners Rise Against closed out the night with an 11-song set list, which was followed by an encore made up of "Survive" and "Savior".
This tour only has a couple of dates remaining, so be sure to follow all three acts on Bandsintown to stay up to date on all their upcoming tour announcements.
Photos by Alexander Cihanowic