Sunday, September 11, 2011

Hopscotch 2011 Day 2: Generationals at White Collar Crime

All photos by Kevin Norris
Friday night may have been Generationals' first time in Raleigh, but the packed house at White Collar Crime hardly needed any introductions.

The wall-to-wall crowd danced their collective asses off with the band's driving beats and pulsating stage lights as their soundtrack as the New Orleans-based quintet plowed through a 45-minute set composed of many songs from their 2011 release, Actor-Castor.

The set seemed to be over as soon as it began as the crowd dispersed into the downtown Raleigh streets, ears surely ringing. With any luck, Generationals will be back in the area soon, and hopefully in a larger venue.

Generationals set list (thanks Sarah)
Nobody Could Change Your Mind
You Say It Too
Goose and Gander
When They Fight, They Fight
Angry Charlie
Exterior Street Day
Please Be It


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