LIVE: Pierce the Veil

The 'Misadventures' of Pierce the Veil took over the Observatory North Park on June 25, with I the Mighty and Movements opening.

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Pierce the Veil headlined the Observatory North Park on June 25.
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The post-hardcore band are hometown boys from right here in San Diego!
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And of course, the venue was sold out.
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I the Mighty, based out of San Francisco, brought their alt-rock/post-hardcore sound to the stage when they opened the show.
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SoCal emo revivalists Movements opened as well.
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Pierce the Veil got their start right here in town in 2006.
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The band was founded by brothers Vic (pictured) and Mike Fuentes after their prior band, Before Today, broke up.
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Bassist Jaime Preciado (pictured) and lead guitarist Tony Perry round out the group.
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They’ve released four studio albums, starting with their debut record, “A Flair for the Dramatic,” dropped in 2007.
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Their sophomore release, “Selfish Machines,” came out in 2010, followed by 2012’s “Collide with the Sky.”
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Their latest and greatest album, “Misadventures,” released recently on May 13, 2016
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The record debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart! Congrats, dudes!
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The band performed 13 songs at their June 25 show, starting with “Dive In.”
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“Texas Is Forever,” “The Divine Zero,” “Floral & Fading,” and “Phantom Power and Ludicrous Speed” followed.
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Next up, they played: “Circles,” “Today I Saw the Whole World,” “Gold Medal Ribbon,” “Bedless,” “Sambuka,” and “Song for Isabelle.”
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Their encore was comprised of two huge hits: “Bulls in the Bronx” and “King for a Day.”
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I the Mighty formed in 2007 and has released three EPs and three studio albums.
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Their 2013 major label debut, “Satori,” peaked at No. 10 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.
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Their most recent album, “Connector,” was released in 2015 on Equal Vision Records.
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It contains the single, “Friends,” which features Say Anything vocalist Max Bemis.
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The band plays a powerful mix of experimental alt-rock and post-hardcore.
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The group is comprised of guitarist/vocalist Brent Walsh (pictured), guitarist Ian Pedigo, bassist Chris Hinkley and drummer Blake Dahlinger.
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Movements is a SoCal emo/post-hardcore band.
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The band consists of frontman Patrick Miranda, guitarist Ira George, bassist Austin Cressey and drummer Spencer York (pictured).
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Their Fearless Records debut EP, “Outgrown Things,” came out this year.
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