Broods at Sofar!
Saturday, we headed to the Hecht Warehouse in Ivy City for a very special Sofar Sounds performance. Here, Caleb Nott and his younger sister Georgia Nott, from the acclaimed New Zealand band Broods, perform a special acoustic set of their recent hits, including "Bridges" and "Free" from their recent hit album, Conscious.
The special acoustic set was before their sold-out show tonight at the 9:30 Club. Broods is just starting on its North American Tour. Here, GW graduate student Roman Tirado with Save the Children's Jana Spacek, BYT's Jose Lopez-Sanchez and NY Medical College's Callie Horn.
The raw warehouse space at the Hecht Warehouse was the perfect venue and provided great acoustics. Here, Camille Michelle Gray and Teddy Aitkins from the DC band Nuex perform as the second act of Saturday's show.
Sofar Sounds DC's Jonna Humphries with Sofar volunteers Zoe Colman, Thomas Haydon and Ryan Griffith.
Members of Band of Lovers from Upstate New York: Dave Strumfeld, Sabina Beachdell and Liliana Urbain celebrate after their first Sofar show.
Mary-Kate Rasa, Alfredo Flores and Travis Holler contributed to this issue.