It would not get a lot larger than Lorna Shore in the mean time, however for Halloween, frontman Will Ramos was ensuring he was the most important particular person within the room, donning an inflatable sumo wrestler go well with for the festivities.
Ramos and the band took the stage on the White Oak Music Corridor in Houston Monday evening (Oct. 31) for his or her “Lornaween” live performance, kicking the evening off with “Welcome Again O’ Sleeping Dreamer” as Ramos belted out the tune with little challenge regardless of his added costume girth. He delivered crushing vocals whereas often doing sumo stomps across the stage and likewise lifting his arms victoriously mid-song.
Ramos wasn’t the one band member feeling the Halloween spirit as bassist Michael Yager was additionally using an inflatable costume to tug off his “Occasion Pooper” look, which is what you may count on it to be. In the meantime, drummer Austin Archey’s drum equipment was lined with cobwebs, including some spooky spirit to the stage setup. You possibly can see fan-shot footage of the opening tune of the evening under.
The Halloween set was heavy on the band’s newest album, Ache Stays, opening with “Welcome Again, O’ Sleeping Dreamer,” “Into the Earth,” “Solar Eater” and “Cursed to Die” earlier than veering off for some older songs after which ending with the three half “Ache Stays I: Dancing Like Flames,” “Ache Stays II: After All I’ve Performed, I will Disappear” and “Ache Stays III: In a Sea of Hearth.”
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