The pop-rock band from Manhattan did not disappoint during their concert at home, delivering an electrifying performance that we consider one of the best this year.
Before LAUNDRY DAY went on the road for their North American tour, MUD caught up with the Manhattan-based band to discuss the heart of their latest album, "We Switched Bodies." We firmly consider this project to be one of our favorite releases of the year, and it's no surprise that LAUNDRY DAY'S stop at home was filled with an insane level of emotional connection between the band and their audience.
Back when we did their first interview, Guitarist Henry Weingartner opened up about how this album differs from the band's previous music. "This album has the most intentional production of anything we’ve ever done. We were still able to have fun with the songs, but we all got a lot more musically mature over the course of the past two years, and I think it shows in a lot of the songs. You can really tell in the softer spots. I’m proud that we didn’t over do it as much as we used to. It allowed for more personal and emotional moments, that in the past had been masked by a bunch of unnecessary and distracting elements in the instrumental. We made smarter decisions that allowed the songs to be more concise and get the point across easier."
MUD Photographer Cristina Gutierrez was present at LAUNDRY DAY'S show at Irving Plaza in New York to capture the magic. Get an exclusive look below: