Jersey punk band The Early November just released a few videos from last week’s sold out acoustic show at the World Cafe Live, shot by The Key’s Ally Newbold. In an interview after the show, guitarist Joseph Marro talked about how playing acoustic was different from playing with a full band, saying “Stripping it down and making it fun was really the main objective for this tour and we’re really happy with how it’s gone.”
The videos are incredible in that the fans sing along and hang onto every word, from “Ever So Sweet” from The Room’s Too Cold, “Sunday Drive” from For All of This and even in “Pretty Pretty”, a rare demo song. In an earlier interview with Newbold, right before the band’s show at Union Transfer in January, Marro said “To see all those people there and to hear their voices singing along was really incredible. I’ve met a lot of people who said that that record is special to them. In my mind, even though we’re not a very big band, that means we’re successful.” These videos are only further proof of that success. Watch the performances below.
The Early November