What sounds better than a lovely warm summer night in Central Park accompanied by the one and only California-based, entrancing and groove-inducing boy band The Neighbourhood? Nothing.
This past Tuesday, the five-piece group set foot on the Central Park's Summerstage and kicked things off for the season to come, along with Danny Brown and Little Daylight. The crowd ranged from tweens screaming their lungs out pressuring the band to play "Sweater Weather" while college students and adults swept off to the outer ring of the crowd grooving along to the infamous Neighbourhood sound.
The guys played a song off an album they're working on called "Jealous." They also played hits like "Honest," "How," "Sweater Weather," and "Female Robbery." At some point, Jesse stripped off his white tee and leather jacket, telling the audience he thought it "was a leather jacket vibe, but it's too hot."
This was my second time seeing The Neighbourhood live, and with the warm NYC city breeze, it was a treat to see these guys perform again. Great sound, great moves, and overall awesome performance. The group is headed out next to L.A. for the KROQ's Weenie Roast and have a bunch of dates lined up after that, check those out here.