Photos by Rodrigo Fredes
British progressive rock band The Pineapple Thief – consisting of vocalist / guitarist Bruce Soord, vocalist / bassist Jon Sykes, keyboardist Steve Kitch and drummer Gavin Harrison – brought their ongoing U.S. tour to New York City for a stop at Times Square’s Sony Hall on November 23rd.
The band’s set consisted of 16 tracks, with a good portion of their performance focused on the gang’s latest full-length releases, Your Wilderness (2016) and Dissolution (2018). Songs like “Tear You Up,” “In Exile,” “Threatening War,” “Far Below,” and “Uncovering Your Tracks” resonated throughout the heart of NYC, mesmerizing a packed house.
The guys also dished out “Alone at Sea” off Magnolia (2014), “3000 Days” and “Nothing at Best” off Someone Here Is Missing (2010), and “Part Zero” off Variations on a Dream (2003) during the bulk of their set. Winding down their exhibition, TPT pulled out more fresh tunes in the form of “Not Naming Any Names” and “The Final Thing on My Mind,” ending the evening with the brilliant “Snowdrops” from 2006’s Little Man.
Check out our full photo gallery from the evening below.
Next up at Sony Hall: