Even though Fine Line tickets for this show didn't completely sell out, which was kind of nice. For once you could actually move around!
However, I still had to stand in the back. I got there in time to see one of the opening bands who looked like a couple frat boys from Australia (I was VERY jealous of their tan!)
Other than that, they weren't too much to write home about.
The Bravery played all their hits from their new and old album like "Believe," "This is not the End," "Time Won't Let Me Go," and "An Honest Mistake." The Bravery managed to play all the songs I wanted to hear, but didn't really wow me with the way they performed them. I had seen them before at Roy Wilkins opening for the Smashing Pumpkins. I attributed that show being a little under par simply because Roy Wilkins is built like a high school gymnasium.
I can't complain too much because I got my $15 worth, but I don't know if I would go out of my way to see them again.
The show really got me in concert mode, though. Only a week and half until I get to see Black Rebel Motorcycle Club in Madison!!! Now that is a band I would definitely go back to the Fine Line to see!!!