Otherwise Still Swinging On The Good Fight Tour

Otherwise [© Matt Bishop Photo]

(TRR) – Modern rock mainstays Otherwise are still swingin’, without a doubt. They’re currently trekking across the country on The Good Fight Tour, which stopped in Allentown, PA last night. The run is in continued support of their third album Sleeping Lions which dropped back in September. Third time is indeed the charm for Otherwise. Despite lineup changes, the band regrouped and delivered another pummeling piece of melodic heavy rock. It comes as no surprise though, as these lions have lived through much worse adversity.

Otherwise [© Matt Bishop Photo]

Since their formation circa 2003, Otherwise have been one of the most reliable acts in rock. Whether live in concert or on tape, the band always seem to stand and deliver no matter what. While the band have played some of the biggest rock festivals in the world, this run is seeing them perform with that same energy in intimate club settings.

Otherwise [© Matt Bishop Photo]

After opening sets from Vital Empire and Wayland, Otherwise made the most of it’s headlining time, playing meaty sets of the new material mixed with their signature hits. Fans were treated to staple songs including the hit single “I Don’t Apologize (1,000 Pictures), the ultra-heavy “Die For You,” and their breakout masterpiece “Soldiers” among many others. Other highlights included “Sleeping Lions,” “Coming For The Throne,” and the throwback “Crimson.”

Otherwise [© Matt Bishop Photo]

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