PICTURE THIS: The Boxer Rebellion @ GAMH, SF 5/15/12

May 18. 2012 | By Don Albonico

We didn’t expect this level of energy coming off the Great American Music Hall stage from The Boxer Rebellion. With guitarist Todd Howe and Adam Harrison on bass, running around the stage. Solid drumming by Piers Hewitt and lead vocals by Nathan Nicholson, there wasn’t one dull moment on stage. The Boxer Rebellion played through a set that included songs from all of their albums and even one new song. The crowd was filled with super fans as displayed during “No Harm,” Nathan would back off the mic and let the crowd sing the chorus. It’s definitely worth seeing these guys live.

The Boxer Rebellion @ GAMH, SF 5/15/12

The Boxer Rebellion @ GAMH, SF 5/15/12

The Boxer Rebellion @ GAMH, SF 5/15/12

The Boxer Rebellion @ GAMH, SF 5/15/12

The Boxer Rebellion @ GAMH, SF 5/15/12

The Boxer Rebellion @ GAMH, SF 5/15/12

The Boxer Rebellion @ GAMH, SF 5/15/12

Set List:
Step Out of the Car
Locked In the Basement
Semi Automatic
Flashing Red Light Means Go
Caught by the Light
Cause for Alarm
Evacuate
Spitting Fire
Promises
If You Run
Flight
Misplaced
The Runner
No Harm
Enjoy The Silence (Depeche Mode cover)
The Gospel of Goro Adachi

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