With their songs now on standby, Tigers Jaw reconfigured a few forgotten emotions to help etch pop punk’s place in the history books.
Back-to-back shows don’t always deliver but Anti-Flag’s second night in Toronto found a way to connect through lyrics and chords.
Despite their rise to radio, Fall Out Boy’s set at the Sound Academy resurrected forgotten favourites and proved they’ve never sounded better.
Celebrating their 20th anniversary, Anti-Flag’s first of two shows at the Hard Luck Bar ripped through classics and set hearts on fire.
With sets that were eclectic and “hella’ jazzy”, tourmates from different mothers turned a gig at the Sound Academy into one bittersweet memory.
The Swiss/German twosome stirred up a stunning affair at The Great Hall with punchy melodies that hit the audience like a freight train.
The punk-gone-everything trio blasted through all four albums as Hayley Williams and co. felt at home, pushing boundaries more than ever.
TMZ-worthy gossip aside, the pair of semi-old alt rock outfits visited the Kool Haus and showed they still know how to crush it.
Extorting romantic odes and futuristic patches of funk, Jim James’ debut solo set in Toronto ultimately proved he’s better than Adele.
With a solid and snappy set at the Silver Dollar Room, The Babies turned their LP gems into euphoric Woodsist jams.