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Now More Than Ever – The Echo – Los Angeles (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Photo Album)

Now More Than Ever – The Echo – Los Angeles, CA – March 16, 2023 – Photo by Camille Jessie © 2023

Now More Than Ever – The Echo – Los Angeles, CA – March 16, 2023

Brand new albums call for record release parties – and the emerging band Now More Than Ever held their first show in Los Angeles on Thursday to celebrate and perform their debut album Creatrix in entirety.

Led by the lead singer of The All-American Rejects, Tyson Ritter took the stage of the Echo adorned with pink eyeshadow and dressed in a flight suit in reference to their new music video for “Tragedy.” Joined by bandmates Isaac Bolivar on guitar and Scott Chesak on keys, the show began with their single “Don’t Rush, Don’t Wait.”

Being four years in the making, the band expressed gratitude to the fans for being there for the sold-out show as their debut album came out minutes before.

Now More Than Ever – The Echo – Los Angeles, CA – March 16, 2023 – Photo by Camille Jessie © 2023

Tyson spoke as an advocate for the transgender community and brought out actor Mason Alexander Park to perform a song together that he wrote for the community.

The crowd went wild for guitarist Isaac’s father and saxophonist, who joined his son on stage for their song “Candle,” and we definitely think too much of Now More Than Ever is never enough.

Other fan favorites included “Tragedy,” “D-E-A-D Together,” and “Heart To Heart.” However, the nine-track album arguably has no skips, fresh angsty pop rock that we love.

Be sure to check out Now More Than Ever on their first tour this year and their new album Creatrix!

Copyright ©2023 PopEntertainment.com. All rights reserved. Posted: March 19, 2023.

Mia Jessie

Photos by Camille Jessie © 2023. All rights reserved.

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