Revisited: The Walkmen / The Head and the Heart / Seryn @ Granada Theater

I know this show is just a month old but something's gotta be said about it.  Starting with Denton's own Seryn, followed by Sub Pop's recently acquired the Head and the Heart, and ending with the Walkmen, this show was stacked from start to finish.  Seryn had, in my own opinion, the best performance of the night.  They were powerful and elegant at the same time.  Though many had come for the Walkmen, Seryn either had everybody talking about their set or they were instant fans.  The Head and the Heart might not have kept the energy level up but they did provide a great set of melodic music.  I was a big fan of both vocalists, Josiah Johnson and Jonathan Russell, but I think I preferred Russell's in the end.  As the for the Walkmen, they could have played anything that night the crowd would have gone crazy.  Still riding the highs of Lisbon, the band marched into Granada Theater with loads of confidence and performed a genuinely great set; though not as electric as I've seen them before (Central Park Summerstage), it was still better than most.  I was pleased to finally hear the newer material played and pleased overall with their performance.  It was a solid night of music.  Videos of the performance are below:

Seryn
The Head and the Heart
The Walkmen

enjoy.
Revisited: The Walkmen / The Head and the Heart / Seryn @ Granada Theater Revisited:  The Walkmen / The Head and the Heart / Seryn @ Granada Theater Reviewed by Scott Rowe, Editor on 5:29:00 PM Rating: 5

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