Electro-pop duo Night Terrors of 1927 wrapped up their brief West Coast tour with a stop in the Los Angeles area at the iconic Troubadour.

In the past two years, Night Terrors of 1927  have played Coachella and SXSW, made a record with Tegan and Sara,  toured with Bleachers and Joywave, and most recently, played Lollapalooza and Life is Beautiful.

It all started when Jarrod Gorbel, the soulful singer-songwriter from Brooklyn’s The Honorary Title, called up his producer friend Blake Sennett (guitarist from Rilo Kiley)  to write songs.  They weren’t intending to start a new band, but “fell in love … platonically.” Now, at the end of their latest West Coast tour, they are ready to go back to the studio and make more music together.

Their show at the Troubadour in West Hollywood crowded with faithful, hardcore fans, was the culmination of those two years.  They played their best songs, such as “Fall Into You,” “Dust and Bones,” ” When You Were Mine,” and “Always Take You Back,” along with a sterling cover of the Romantics’ 1984 hit, “Talking in your Sleep.”  They also introduced a new song, “Going Down Now,” which promises there will be more great music to come from this band.

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Kathy is a freelance concert photographer based in Los Angeles, CA. Kathy started photographing bands in the early 80s, where she was a fixture on the L.A. rock scene. She returned to concert photography in 2011, starting Wicked Goddess Photography. She is editor-in-chief of Spice of Wickedness, and regularly contributes content to several sites, including Loudwire, Diffuser, and Find Your Seen. Kathy can be found on twitter @wickedgoddess.

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