LIVE PHOTOS + REVIEW: White Reaper // Lakewood, OH


On June 15th, punk band White Reaper brought their musical talents to Mahall’s in Lakewood, Ohio. They received a warm welcome back to this cozy suburb of Cleveland since their last performance in Mahall’s being about four years ago. Before returning to the stage, openers Future Bummer and Twen entertained the crowd.

Future Bummer

Future Bummer energetically opened up the night by playing songs from their debut EP. They kicked the night off with some rock and roll and had the crowd bopping their heads to the contagious beat. They gave some humble nods to White Reaper by informing the crowd that they had personally been fans of them for years and saying that they inspired their music. “This is kind of full circle for us,” said lead singer Andrew Poulsen.


Indie band Twen kept the night going with their upbeat and bubbly personality. They played a couple new songs like “Waste” and “Holy River” and well as some older ones. They will be joining White Reaper for a few more dates on their tour, and you don’t want to miss it!

White Reaper

White Reaper finally made their appearance, and they did not disappoint. During their hour-long set, they played some crowd favorites like “Judy French” and “Makes Me Wanna Die”. Elektra Records recently announced the band’s signing to the label and released a video for new track, “Might Be Right.” The song is the first piece of music from the band in over two years and received love from other publications like Pitchfork, Stereogum, Paste, and Uproxx. Their vibrant and lively energy was definitely reflected with the crowd through stage diving and moshing. I think that everyone that attended can agree that there was never a dull moment during their set!

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