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The Night Shift Tour: Smallpools, Grayscale, Caroline Romano, and The Romance - Los Angeles, CA

Updated: May 16

On Thursday, May 2nd, Smallpools and Grayscale brought their co-headline Night Shift Tour to the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles. They were supported by artists Caroline Romano and The Romance. This was one of the last couple stops on the tour, which started in Atlanta, GA on April 6th and the Tour closed out in Austin, TX on May 8th.

The Romance and Caroline Romano. All photos by Sabrina Shahryar.

First up was The Romance who got the crowd ready for the night. Their performance was the perfect way to start the show. Vocalist Cody Hoffman was doing such an awesome job on the guitar while singing during the entire set.

Caroline Romano hit the stage next and completely crushed her set. Her energy, performance, and vocals were on another level. During the set, she sang an unreleased song, "Body Back," and a few of her other singles as well. Caroline also performed her brand new single, "Doesn’t Matter," which was released on streaming after her set. She even had the crowd be a part of it and sing along with her.

Grayscale and Smallpools. All photos by Sabrina Shahryar.

Next up was Grayscale performed and lead vocalist Collin Walsh's energy was through the roof. He kept that energy up for the entire set. The fans also felt that energy and matched it. They played a new song, "Let Go," which was awesome. They gave such a great performance.

Smallpools closed out the show with such high energy. From the moment they came on stage, till the end, fans were dancing and singing along to every song. The band's vocalist Sean Scanlon went into the crowd multiple times and you could see the excitement on the fans' faces each time he did it. They brought out Caroline Romano to perform a cover of Fleetwood Mac's song "Everywhere," and it was so awesome. During their song "Killer Whales," they had an inflatable Killer Whale get passed around by the crowd.

It's safe to say it was a night filled with great music.

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