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Megan Smilikis, Stephanie Lucas, Kayla Burns and Lily Buckley were among thousands who showed up on City Hall Plaza to hear a large array of bands performing at the Boston Calling Festival, which continues through Sunday night.
Abby Mosse, of Beverly, Rachel Novack of Peabody and Alyssa Hesman of Kingston, NH, all decked out for a beautiful spring day at the Boston Calling Festival at City Hall Plaza on Sunday, May 25, 2014.
Their most recent album, "Bad Blood," was 2013's most downloaded and it's impossible to avoid "Pompeii," the single from that album. They're more like Imagine Dragons at this point with out-of-control drum bashing, but several of their arena-ready synth and guitar anthems could be hits, especially "Things We Lost in the Fire" and "Bringing Me Back." "Pompeii" was the one song that everyone at Boston Calling wanted to hear Sunday night and the energy level they garnered was seriously lacking for much of the day since Tigerman Whoa! The Long Island quintet rocks hard; their grungy aggressive songs have long spoken to their crazily devoted, mostly male fan base.
Comparisons to the Killers are unavoidable: "Somebody Told Me" hit big and world domination followed. "Okay I Believe You, but My Tommy Gun Don't" and "Degausser" evoked loud singalongs.
The news comes days after the New Girl star was seen cosying up to Jacob Pechenik - a producer for her new movie Rock The Kasbah.
Take Sunday night's most anticipated set, by British four-piece Bastille. Brand New followed Bastille and actually raised the energy level.
Ward and boyfriend Jonathan Rice, on Lewis’ second non-Rilo Kiley outing—Acid Tongue courtesy of a rousing duet on “Carpetbaggers,” but his presence and influence is felt throughout the entire recording.
Unfortunately, the Elvis Costello that permeates Acid Tongue is not the genius songwriter of classics like This Year’s Model and King of America or even the professional-grade one of All This Useless Beauty and When I Was Cruel.
and they’re not monkeying around when it comes to celebrating their 50th anniversary.
The group, formed for an eponymous ’60s TV show and known for hits including “Daydream Believer” and British folk band Mumford & Sons and Deathcab for Cutie singer Ben Gibbard had some harsh words for Tidal, the music streaming service recently relaunched by Jay Z.