Friday, June 28, 2013

Review: The Thermals at The Constellation Room, Santa Ana June 14, 2013

DJ Cow in a Shoe Store, one of the hosts of Jelly Jive airing Friday's 6:00-8:00pm, recently saw The Thermals at The Constellation Room in Santa Ana on June 14, 2013. Her show review and photos are below. For more from DJ Cow in a Shoe Store visit

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From Portland, The Thermals just came out with a new album called “Desperate Ground” and are on tour to promote it this summer. The album is poetic, compelling, and full of emotional guitar music. I haven’t seen them play live since high school! So I was super excited for this night. And on top of all this excitement, another favorite was opening for them: The Audacity. 

The Thermals played a lot of old favorites like “Now We Can See” and “I Might Need You To Kill” while mixing in some new songs in the set as well. You could tell the audience was enjoying it by the size of the mosh pit. However, the bassist noticed there weren’t enough girls in it, so she told everyone to start dancing with a lady since she thought there was too much testosterone in the pit. But we definitely left full of emotion as both bands killed it to say the least, making for a crazy fun night.

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