Once in a while, it’s important to step out of your comfort zone and try something new. The best result of doing so should be that you’ve grown on a personal level. With that said, I had the pleasure of stepping out of my comfort zone to photograph The Neighbourhood.
The Neighbourhood is a band I’ve been listening to for the last couple of years. This was the first time I photographed a band that was not in the Rock or Metal category, and I was really moved by their performance. The group performed hits such as “Let It Go,” “Afraid,” and “Sweater Weather.”
In retrospect, I feel like I was blown away by how much Jesse Rutherford looked a lot like Kurt Cobain. I think this added to the ambiance which clearly came across as the audience took in the music, song by song. Adding to the atmosphere, Zach Abels mesmerized the crowd with his soothing tone on lead guitar.
The Neighbourhood set in Metropolis on this night was wonderful, reminding me that stepping out of my comfort zone is something I should do more of.