By January 26, 2017LIVE REVIEWS

Charleston-based band SUSTO know how to put on a show with their well-crafted, passionate tracks. The folk-rockers shared a mix of their songs from their 2014 self-entitled debut album and their new sophomore album “And I’m Fine Today” at Pittsburgh’s intimate south side venue Club Café. The show also featured fellow great, Charleston rock band Heyrocco, who brought the energy with their guitar driven tunes. After a short change up, SUSTO took the stage and kicked off their set with the new single “Far Out Feeling”, which is the first song that is on the track list of “And Today I’m Fine”. The band brings a level of passion and thoughtfulness to their performance, the way they play engulfs your attention. With each song, the group resonates a sense of authenticity and you can see how this is one of those bands, who truly love to play music. Susto enchanted the crowd with their amazing set and beautifully truthful, narrative, new album. A band that makes you really think and makes music that draws you in time after time is a great band, which Susto certainly is.

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