April 12, 2017

O Brother at The Phoenix Concert Theatre - Concert Photos

O Brother at The Phoenix Concert Theatre April 8, 2017 Photo by John at One In Ten Words oneintenwords.com toronto indie alternative live music blog concert photography pictures
O Brother at The Phoenix Concert Theatre April 8, 2017 Photo by John at One In Ten Words oneintenwords.com toronto indie alternative live music blog concert photography pictures
O Brother at The Phoenix Concert Theatre April 8, 2017 Photo by John at One In Ten Words oneintenwords.com toronto indie alternative live music blog concert photography pictures
O Brother at The Phoenix Concert Theatre April 8, 2017 Photo by John at One In Ten Words oneintenwords.com toronto indie alternative live music blog concert photography pictures
O Brother at The Phoenix Concert Theatre April 8, 2017 Photo by John at One In Ten Words oneintenwords.com toronto indie alternative live music blog concert photography pictures
O Brother at The Phoenix Concert Theatre April 8, 2017 Photo by John at One In Ten Words oneintenwords.com toronto indie alternative live music blog concert photography pictures
O Brother at The Phoenix Concert Theatre April 8, 2017 Photo by John at One In Ten Words oneintenwords.com toronto indie alternative live music blog concert photography pictures
O Brother at The Phoenix Concert Theatre April 8, 2017 Photo by John at One In Ten Words oneintenwords.com toronto indie alternative live music blog concert photography pictures
O Brother at The Phoenix Concert Theatre April 8, 2017 Photo by John at One In Ten Words oneintenwords.com toronto indie alternative live music blog concert photography pictures
O Brother at The Phoenix Concert Theatre April 8, 2017 Photo by John at One In Ten Words oneintenwords.com toronto indie alternative live music blog concert photography pictures
Atlanta-based alt-rock band O Brother played Toronto's Phoenix Concert Theatre opening for Biffy Clyro on April 8. They inundated us with their deep, sludgy metal riffs played in darkness. Their long songs with thick riffs and deep grooves warmed us up for Biffy.

"Endless Light"

"Your Move"

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