Letters to the Living went postal at Sunshine Studios Live, on Oct. 25. They were the opening act along with The Last Savior of God and Pens and Needles. Fighting The Phoenix was the main support and Enduality was the headlining act. A Synful Nightmaer was scheduled to perform. However, they were not present.
Aileen Flores is the vocalist, Austin Sutton is the guitarist and vocalist, Brody Strunk is the guitarist and keyboardist, Alex Conway is the bassist and Joey Matos is the drummer of Letters to the living. Questioning The Brave’s member, DeVaughn Aragon, was a special guest vocalist.
Prior to starting Letters to the Living recital with “Lullaby”, an instrumental was heard through the speakers. The stage lights near Matos drum set began to flicker and flash, as the band made their way up to the stage. Matos kicked the concert off, as Strunk and Conway accompanied him. Shortly after, everyone else joined them.
Before covering Paramore’s “Misery Business”, Sutton asked if there were any fans of Paramore in the crowd. After receiving a response, he went onto say Letters to the Living would be covering one of their songs and encouraged everyone to sing with—if they knew the words. During the song, he leaped off stage and played. Meanwhile, Conway clapped his hands above his head and the crowd followed suit. Before the song came to an end, Sutton made his way back on stage and completed the song.
Strunk gently threw candy underhanded into the front row, in the spirit of the last weekend before Halloween. He utilized his keyboard and played the start of “Silent Moments”. As soon as Flores provided the vocals—he walked near the front of the stage, rested one leg on top of the monitor and played his guitar in a vertical position.
During “Blessed Fates”, Questioning The Brave’s Aragon jumped on stage and sang into Conway’s microphone. Soon after—he grabbed ahold of a microphone, joined Sutton at front and center of the stage and harmonized together. After ending the concert with the song, Sutton mentioned he was not a random person whom went up to sing. Instead—he introduced the name of his band, he encouraged the spectators to check them out on social networking sites and mentioned he recorded his band.
“Your Betrayal”, “King Of Nothing” and “Jacastle” were also part of Letters to the Living set.