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The Amity Affliction
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Katy
March 1st 2020
They didn’t disappoint. Wanted to see then for ages and Joel’s smile is priceless and the vocal range the guys have is amazing. Hoping they do their own tour soon so I can hear more songs.
London, United Kingdom@Roundhouse
Amber
August 13th 2019
They are sooo good live! A recording can’t capture the awesomeness of Ahren’s voice & Joel sounds better than ever, clearly he’s worked on his sound. There’s so much emotion in the room it almost became too much at 1 point (maybe bc I’m sensitive to that kind of thing) but it was really amazing!!
New Orleans, LA@The Joy Theater
Sophia
February 5th 2019
I thought it was 10/10!! Senses fail did a awesome job at getting the crowd ready for their performance. The openers were amazing as well. The Amity Affliction over all has the power to bring people together from all different backgrounds and stories. As for their set, the energy and passion is undeniably true. Their setlist was consistent of the most popular songs from their last two albums as well as two other oddballs, which was very nice for the ‘old school fans’ to enjoy. They closed with one of their softer songs ‘All Fucked Up’ which I thought was a great touch because it calms down the crowd and gets them ready to go home. The chemistry between the bandmates is also enlightening and hilarious to watch at times, I was laughing while singing my throat out at the bickering and bantering of their two singers. As I said before, the passion and love for music was spread from artist to the crowd in such an intense way that everyone was interconnected. The lights were also very synchronized with the music and I felt like each song had a particular tone set with a certain color. Purple for hope, red for rage and blue for upset and depressed. I’m happy to say that most of the light colors were purple. This was my second show seeing TAA and I’m very happy to say that once they come back I’ll be attending again.
Seattle, WA@The Showbox
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About The Amity Affliction
The Amity Affliction have claimed their fourth consecutive #1 ARIA chart debut this week with their new album MISERY (on Roadrunner Records). The album also remained at #...
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Band Members:
Dan Brown- Guitar, Ahren Stringer- Bass Clean Vocals, Joe Longobardi - Drums, Joel Birch- Vocals
Hometown:
Brisbane, Australia

Live Photos of The Amity Affliction
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Fan Reviews
Katy
March 1st 2020
They didn’t disappoint. Wanted to see then for ages and Joel’s smile is priceless and the vocal range the guys have is amazing. Hoping they do their own tour soon so I can hear more songs.
London, United Kingdom@Roundhouse
Amber
August 13th 2019
They are sooo good live! A recording can’t capture the awesomeness of Ahren’s voice & Joel sounds better than ever, clearly he’s worked on his sound. There’s so much emotion in the room it almost became too much at 1 point (maybe bc I’m sensitive to that kind of thing) but it was really amazing!!
New Orleans, LA@The Joy Theater
Sophia
February 5th 2019
I thought it was 10/10!! Senses fail did a awesome job at getting the crowd ready for their performance. The openers were amazing as well. The Amity Affliction over all has the power to bring people together from all different backgrounds and stories. As for their set, the energy and passion is undeniably true. Their setlist was consistent of the most popular songs from their last two albums as well as two other oddballs, which was very nice for the ‘old school fans’ to enjoy. They closed with one of their softer songs ‘All Fucked Up’ which I thought was a great touch because it calms down the crowd and gets them ready to go home. The chemistry between the bandmates is also enlightening and hilarious to watch at times, I was laughing while singing my throat out at the bickering and bantering of their two singers. As I said before, the passion and love for music was spread from artist to the crowd in such an intense way that everyone was interconnected. The lights were also very synchronized with the music and I felt like each song had a particular tone set with a certain color. Purple for hope, red for rage and blue for upset and depressed. I’m happy to say that most of the light colors were purple. This was my second show seeing TAA and I’m very happy to say that once they come back I’ll be attending again.
Seattle, WA@The Showbox
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About The Amity Affliction
The Amity Affliction have claimed their fourth consecutive #1 ARIA chart debut this week with their new album MISERY (on Roadrunner Records). The album also remained at #...
Read More
Band Members:
Dan Brown- Guitar, Ahren Stringer- Bass Clean Vocals, Joe Longobardi - Drums, Joel Birch- Vocals
Hometown:
Brisbane, Australia

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