The next band was The Lion and the Sail. They were good as well, you just couldn't hear much vocals. The guitarist did look like Jon Steudeman, though!
And lastly, there was Eisley! They were so great! Seriously, I went in liking them and came out rather smitten!
For starters, they had a great sound. You can tell that they don't alter too much with technology. They stayed consistent with their album sound.
They also stayed entertaining. They chatted with the audience and were down to earth. They talked about their new iPhones a little bit, and you could constantly see the drummer in the corner breaking his out, taking videos of his cousin. That was great in and of itself. He would random signal his cousin playing the bass to look over and would point to the phone, hidden by his foot or cymbal, and just smile. His cousin just shook his head and made goofy faces towards it.
They handled things well. Halfway through, this horrible screech came through the monitors and sounded for at least thirty seconds. At least. They stopped playing after about five and held their ears, then started laughing a bunch. "This is a sign that we should never play that song again," one of them said. They continuously joked about it throughout the night and carried on. But they were never rude about it.
They were adorable. The previously mentioned drummer, Weston (as I just found out), wore suspenders as well. Sherri, one of two guitarists, wore the cutest green dress, which she referred to as her "Peter Pan" dress. And as they went off stage, they thanked everyone for coming. They walked through and told people that along their way. Seriously, they are so sweet!
If you haven't listened to them, check them out!
They really are great people! Please enjoy and sorry again for the hiatus!