In 2018, it can be hard to come by a good ole’ down-to-earth rock and roll performance, but for those who feel it’s an art that’s been lost clearly have not seen Sir Sly. On Saturday night, the band delivered an unforgettable performance at Warsaw in Brooklyn, NY. The band’s chemistry on stage is electric – they continuously fed off each other all night long, making their performance truly infectious. Sir Sly played a wonderfully diverse set, filled with an even sampling of songs from both of their albums.
The band is fresh off a summer filled with festival performances, and it was clear that their still reeling from the energy and rush that comes with playing in front of such massive crowds. Lead singer Landon Jacobs exhibited traits that are seen any great rock show – exemplary musicianship, the ability to command a crowd with ease, and showing how not afraid he is. Whether it was jumping from great heights to interacting with the crowd to rolling around on the floor, he performed each spontaneous move with care and charisma.
Sir Sly is currently touring with Joywave in support of their sophomore album Don’t You Worry, Honey which was released via Interscope Records in 2017. Head over to Sir Sly’s website for more information on the band including their upcoming tour dates. Check out our photos from their performance in Brooklyn below!