LIVE PHOTOS: Up Close and Personal Tour @ Toronto


Nothing more up close an personal than spending your Wednesday night at an intimate venue in Toronto with This Century and Nick Santino & The Northern Wind

After the break-up of A Rocket to the Moon, it was Santino‘s first time hitting the road alone to play his brand new material from Going Home EP and Rocket‘s ballad “Baby Blue Eyes” that got the crowd’s attention to sing along at the top of their lungs.

This Century fans started getting impatient to see their favourite Arizona quartet hitting the stage. The band started their set with a song off their second album, Biography of Heartbreak, entitled “Tip Toe” that got fans to dance along like there was no tomorrow followed by songs from To Love and Back EP and their debut album, Sound of Fire.

I was surprised when they played “Running” for some reason. Everyone in the room started jump at the chorus and at some point I could feel the vibration from the wooden floor and it reminded me of the last time they played this song at Endless Summer Tour last year.

They closed their set with “Slow Dance Night” (that apparently just appeared on Glee preview) and hung out with fans right away after they finished their set.

If you’re planning to see We The Kings on their spring tour, make sure to check This Century out. As someone who’s been to lots of their shows, they never disappoint me. (Photos and words by Winnie Surya)

Tip Toe
Sound of Fire
My Weakness
Hopeful Romantic
Indigo Girl (ft Nick Santino)
Run & Hide
Everywhere, Everything
To Love and Back
Bleach Blonde
Slow Dance Night

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