Bleachers, Joywave and Night Terrors of 1927 brought a high energy night of alt rock and electronic pop to Orange County.

It was exactly one year ago that Bleachers played their first show at SXSW. And what a year it has been with two singles, “I Wanna Get Better,” and “Rollercoaster,” getting massive airplay. They are currently in the midst of their first headlining tour, though Jack Antonoff, who is also the guitarist for fun., is no stranger to headlining.

In the past year, Bleachers’ live show has improved tremendously and Jack is now a full-fledged rock star frontman, ditching the baseball cap and glasses for toned biceps and a Springsteen-like swagger in his moves. Their set consists of songs from their album, Strange Desire, as well as two covers, Fleetwood Mac’s “Go Your Own Way” and No Doubt’s “Spiderwebs.”

Joining Bleachers on their “Come Alive” tour are Joywave and Night Terrors of 1927, two bands who share Bleachers killer alt rock guitar band meets electronica aesthetic. It’s an inspired package.

Joywave are best known for their collaboration with Big Data on the huge hit, “Dangerous,” and their newest song, “Somebody New,” is in heavy rotation on Sirius XM’s Alt Nation. They put on a great, high energy show.

Night Terrors of 1927, consisting of Jarrod Gorbel and Blake Sennett, are touring in support of their debut album, Everything’s Coming Up Roses. Their moody, electronic pop features incredible songwriting alongside masterful guitar work from Sennett. Look for big things from this band.

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