The Neighbourhood has it – the strive, the sound, and the chemistry. This was evident during the show last night at the Biltmore Cabaret, as music fans packed into the venue to listen to the five-piece ‘dark pop’ band from Newbury, California. With the following that they’ve built up over the past year, this band is one to watch, and to listen to.
Their set consisted of all of the tracks from their released EP’s, I’m Sorry… and Thank You… as well as tracks from their upcoming debut album, I Love You, slated for release on April 23rd. Their chilled-out mash-up of Destiny’s Child’s “Say My Name” and Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me A River” (stemming from their performance on BBC Radio 1′s Live Lounge in the UK) was a sing-along highlight.
Check back later this week for our full interview with drummer Bryan Sammis, as well as a playlist feature and a contest.
Let It Go
Baby Came Home
Say My Name/Cry Me A River
What Do You Want From Me
A Little Death
Leave Tonight (Encore)