Ten years of Mayday Parade
When their debut album 'A Lesson in Romantics' hit the airwaves, it was literally like magic. Every person who heard them couldn't stop listening. Their gut-wrenching lyrics and intensely beautiful sound worked its way right into you, took hold, and ten years later still won't let go.
Last night, Mayday Parade hit the Portland stop of the ten year anniversary tour along with Knuckle Puck, a pop punk band from Chicago, and Milestones, a pop-punk band who joined the tour all the way from England, and not one of them disappointed.
|Lead singer of Milestones.|
Photo by Sunshine O'Connor
They delivered a show that made us dance, sing, scream, and even cry.
The crowd was an even mix of people who fell in love with Mayday Parade as Warped Tour veterans as well as those who played their songs on repeat in middle school. I look forward to the next ten years.