FFF 2012: Sunday In Pictures
I had a busy slate of things I wanted to check out on Sunday. I started bright and early to catch favorite locals on the upswing and kept after through the headliner. Final installment of shots from FFF7 will bring you Flesh Lights, Ume, Balmorhea, Cult of Youth, Bleached, A Place to Bury Strangers, Class Actress, Trust, Deerhoof, The Promise Ring, Omar Rodriguez Lopez, Black Angles, De La Soul and Edward Sharpe.
Tons of eye candy after the break.
Flesh Lights should have been later in the day. Ume was fine where they were because I got to shoot Laruen’s antics in broad daylight. Balmorhea was a nitro pill. Cult of Youth made me thirsty. Bleached was met with apathy and built towards attitude. A Place to Bury Strangers kept us on our toes (warning signs of flying instruments would be a good idea). Class Actress needs new sunglasses. Trust won the day. Deerhoof gave me a dose of festival quirky (taking the reigns from Tune-Yards). The Promise Ring made the 30-soemthings get all teenager. Omar has another new project and another new lead singer. The Black Angels need a new lighting plan (Psyche Fest projections are getting worn out and why the hell did they have to set it up while we were shooting Deerhoof – you have two hours dude in big poofy cap). De La Soul was a photo pit dance party, myself getting mistakenly called out for shooting while we should have been dancing. Edward Sharpe was annoying; dude forgot there was a stage for a song.
More FFF7 pics at the photo site…