This Wild Life’s fall headline tour titled the “Low Tides Tour” came through Chicago with Have Mercy and Movements. You can check out our review and photos, after the break.
The Low Tides tour brought This Wild Life along with Have Mercy and Movements to Subterranean in Chicago.
Movements opened up the show and already I can tell they are quickly gaining fans. The crowd that had already formed early that evening were moshing about and singing along. Movements got them hyped with songs such as “ Worst Wishes” and more. They made use of the whole stage getting the crowd energized. If you have not yet, I strongly recommend giving them a listen.
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Next up was Have Mercy. They have a sound like no other. Their music is soulful and captivating. You could see the emotion flowing from all the members during the set as they played songs such as “Two Years”, “The Place You Love”, “Howl”, and many more. Each time I see them they seem to only get better and progress. I hope to see more of them and am excited to see what else they release.
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Closing out the show was This Wild Life. After releasing their most recent album, Low Tides, they seemed to have a lot of support from fans on it. They performed new songs off the record as well as older ones. Their acoustic sound and way of connecting with the crowd is moving. The crowd joined in on songs such as “Pull Me Out”, “Break Down”, “Hit the Reset”, “Brick Wall”, “Just Yesterday”, “No More Bad Days”, and many, many more. Everyone’s voice filled the room as they sang along. If you missed them on this tour make sure you catch them next time they are playing near you.
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Information about this gallery:
Tour – Low Tides Tour
Bands – This Wild Life, Have Mercy, Movements
Photographer/Reviewer – Ali Jimenez
Date – October 12, 2016
Venue – Subterranean in Chicago, IL