Caamp serenade a sold out Boston crowd



Caamp brought their tour through Boston on Saturday, December 4th for a sold-out crowd at the House Of Blues. While the trio hasn’t put out a full-length album since By and By in 2019 (the before times), they have released a handful of singles and a live EP. The crowd arrived early, with the line stretching down Lansdowne St. Support act Madi Diaz got the crowd warmed up with a short but effective set. Some songs she performed solo, while others had her drummer as well. Diaz mentioned several times that used to live in Boston, so it was obvious how much the huge crowd meant to her. Her set felt like an emotional powerhouse, with several sad songs broken up with a Blink 182 cover.

The crowd was absolutely buzzing by the time Caamp hit the stage. Gorgeous lighting surrounded them and as they opened with “Huckleberry Love,” the crowd exploded. Singing along to every word, the band tore through hit after hit like “Hey Joe,” “Vagabond,” and ended the set with “Peach Fuzz.” They closed out the encore with their biggest hit, “Going To The Country.” The indie-folk group has only gotten better since their last tour and the crowds have only become bigger and louder. With a full stage production and an incredible batch of songs for such a short time, Caamp is a show that should not be missed.

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  1. I thought they seemed off by a beat, not as lively as I hoped. Wolf Song is such an incredible song and it felt flat to me. They seemed tired. Not playing By and By is a mistake for such a young band. So many people talking through the show was a disappointment as well. You probably had a good spot though. Love the band so much, I’ll still go see them again.


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