Last Thursday, Jeremey Zucker brought his electric “More Noise” tour to Terminal 5 in New York City. After waiting out the pandemic, Jeremy and his fans were ecstatic to finally be at the show.
The L.A based duo, Valley Boy, opened the show with their indie-rock/psych-pop set. While James Alan Ghaleb led the duo with vocals, Ian Meltzer kept heads nodding with his bass. The duo performed only five tracks, our favorite being their newest single, “Disgusting”, leaving the audience eager to hear more.
Soon after Valley Boy concluded their set, pop-rock/sad-pop duo Babygirl took the stage. The duo consists of Kiki Frances on lead vocals and guitar and Cameron Breithaupt on backup vocals and bass. Kiki said it best herself while on stage: “We play deep & lyrical pop songs that are tied with sad guitar riffs.” The duo even covered Taylor Swift’s newly re-released heart-wrenching track, “All Too Well.” Photos of both support acts are below:
Not too long after Babygirl’s set concluded did Jeremy Zucker take the stage. Zucker opened with his dreamy love is not dying album opener, “we’re fucked, it’s fine,” followed by one of his fan-favorite singles, Therapist. Throughout his set, Jeremy displayed how much he has improved on the electric guitar; he rocked his guitar for every song that allowed him to. The show was wildly dynamic — Jeremy played his rock songs like “Honest” or “18” followed by his sad-pop melodies like “Julia.”
Before Jeremy concluded his set, Chelsea Cutler surprised the crowd by coming on stage to perform a duet of “You Were Good To Me,” which is the lead single off of Jeremy and Chelsea’s collaborative project brent. After the heartfelt duet and hug on stage, Chelsea left to allow Jeremy to perform his last two songs, “Supercuts ” & “Talk Is Overrated.”
With the endless amount of smiles and gratitude, it was clear that Jeremy does not take his stardom for granted. Check out our photos of Jeremy below: