New York City local Hannah Jadagu opened up the show with a number of her top tracks, including Think Too Much, Bleep Bloop, and he latest track release, “All My Time Is Wasted.” Having been signed to Sub Pop at 18, Hannah has already amassed more than 100,000 followers on Spotify and only continues to grow. During her set she took the time to thank Beach Fossils and Wild Nothing for bringing her along on the tour, and noted bittersweetly that this was her final show with them. You can listen to her music here.
Wild Nothing took the stage next, bringing an upbeat atmosphere and their signature synthwave indie-pop sound. Having last played Brooklyn Steel in 2019 to record their live album, Live From Brooklyn Steel, frontman Jack Tatum mentioned how special this venue is to him, thanking the crowd for coming out. The crowd danced and swayed throughout their set, and the setlist included some of their biggest hits, like Partners In Motion, Paradise, and Shadow (which closed out their set). You can listen to their catalog here.
Local Brooklyn legends Beach Fossils entered to an already-fired-up crowd, with Van Halen’s “Jump” playing over the speakers as they walked onstage. They wasted no time jumping into their extended 16-song setlist, playing numerous fan favorites from throughout their catalog. They opened with “This Year,” followed by their hit single “Sugar.” Some notable tracks include “Down The Line” (their most-streamed song to date, with nearly 2.4 million views on Youtube), “What A Pleasure,” “Sleep Apnea,” “Out In The Way” (performed with Wild Nothing), and “Daydream” as the closer.