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As soon as the band stepped foot on stage, lead singer Andy States got the crowd dancing with tracks “Throw Shade” and “All Over.” The crowd sang along and clapped their hands to the beat.
“This is the song to all the people that treat you like trash, so let’s get rid of those people together,” States said of “Throw Shade.”
The main hook of the song, “If you wanna throw shade/I’m gonna throw you away,” achieves States’ goal of creating catchy tunes people want to dance to.
The band also played some older tunes they recorded but never released to the public.
“We bring back these songs for the people we think are special – you guys are special,” States said.
After the show, both bands stuck around at afterHOURS to mingle and take photographs with the fans.
“Thanks for turning up on a Tuesday,” States said.
Photo by Robert Smith