Frank Iero and the Future Violents:

Downtown Orlando is great for going out at night and living life to its fullest. It’s also a great place to find amazing venues hosting different concerts. Frank Iero and the Future Violents took The Social by storm, filling the place with fans from around the area. What I like about Frank Iero in general is not only is he talented, but he always performs differently within the bands that he has been apart of. Each member of the band wore the same jumpsuit with a heart on the back but made it their own using accessories to add flare. They brought amazing energy in to the room, filling the club with positive energy, heart pounding bass and drum lines, sick guitar riffs and the beautiful sound of the violin. That’s right, Kayleigh Goldsworthy rocked her talents on the violin, acoustic guitar, keyboard and backup vocals. Every song that they played had a different vibe to it. Either you felt like dancing like no ones watching or you wanted to sway back and forth with your arm around your friend. The crowd responded to the vibes by going wild! They danced, jumped and even broke out a mosh pit, which was interesting because The Social is pretty small. Not only did the crowd give 110% but the band did as well putting their heart and soul on display. In fact, Frank played a song he wrote 10 years ago before his son was born and now is playing it for everyone to hear. They also played “Best Friends Forever”, a song that features his daughter and the crowd erupted in glee. You can feel the love they gave as they sang the lyrics back. If you have a chance, catch Frank Iero and the Future Violents on tour and don’t forget their new album “Barriers” is available for streaming on Spotify and Pandora.



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