TT’s got crazy when Viva Gina took the stage in support of Yes All Women Boston and Girls Rock Campaign Boston. And I don’t mean normal, unhinged, party punk crazy. We’re talking streamers and unicorns crazy.
Jed Gottlieb over at the Herald nailed it when he wrote “Sidewalk Driver eliminate the psychic space between audience and band with self-deprecating humor, simple love songs and humility.” Through all of the off-beat anthems and confetti bombast, Sidewalk Driver prove the heart of a really great show is having fun and sharing that fun with the sold out crowd that packed The Sinclair to see if this show can be even better than the last. It can. It was. I love this band.
And then there was Worshipper. There are stories from the time before they awoke. Hollow stories. Tales of emptiness and woe. No more! For having witnessed this glorious beast displaying its fiery plumage on stage at The Sinclair, I am here to tell you that the darkness comes. It wields a mighty riff and rides a thunderous groove. Prepare yourselves. It is wonderful.