D.C. rock band U.S. Royalty played to a packed house at U Street Music Hall on Saturday night, debuting music from their forthcoming album Blue Sunshine (due out early next year).
Lead singer John Thornley, wearing a black leather jacket with Blue Sunshine embossed on the back, and strategically tousled hair, lead the quartet through a 45-minute set that contained a good combination of new material and songs from their debut release Mirrors.
While the new songs went over very well with the audience, several of their older songs prompted "woos" of recognition at their start. But the biggest singalong came during "Equestrian," where the volume of the "oh, oh, oh, oh, ohs" from the audience matched that of the band.
If you happened to miss U.S. Royalty, don't fret. They're currently on an extensive fall tour so you have plenty of opportunities to see them live.
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