Photos & review by Jennie Book
Valley took the stage at The Fillmore on May 20th as a recording of Audrey Hepburn singing “Moon River” played, and then busted full throttle into the light as the young crowd against the barricade lost its collective mind. Over the course of a few hours the band – Rob Laska, Mickey Brandolino, Alex Dimauro, and Karah James – played a 22-song set with one encore, which included favorites like “Hiccup,” “Have a Good Summer (Without Me),” and “nevermind,” and saw Karah leaving her drum kit and taking the mic to sing center stage, all to the cheering delight of fans.
Opener Aiden Bisset warmed the crowd up with an 11-song set which the crowd loved, including tracks like “Out of My League,” “Tripping Over Air,” and “How’s It Gonna End,” and judging by fan reaction will be playing rooms the size of the Fillmore as the headliner in no time.
Valley’s Lost In Translation tour will hit 27 cities across the United States and Canada for the next few months in support of their second album, “Lost In Translation,” which is set to release on June 23. For all the latest tour news and merch availability check out www.thisisvalley.com.