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They were just in the Neighbourhood: Photo Highlights

Photography by Craig Fleisch

They were just in the neighbourhood and if you happen to be at the Commodore Ballroom between the hours of 10pm and 11:30pm you would've seen and heard them. Whom I talking about, well, the Indie Rock band The Neighbourhood of course, otherwise known as The NBHD. They have become quite popular due to their hit song Sweater Weather. Check out the video below and the evening setlist.

 

Evening setlist:

  1. Ferrari Intro
  2. WDYWDFM
  3. Let It Go
  4. Wires
  5. Prey
  6. Baby Came Home
  7. Afraid
  8. Daddy Issues
  9. Female Robbery
  10. The Beach
  11. Wiped Out!
  12. *Mixtape*
  13. Warm
  14. Sweater Weather
  15. RIP

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