Night Riots Tour Diary 2: Cali Rockers Go ‘Berserk’ at Disney Land
Cooking up a sound that combines moody Brit-influenced alt-rock with dancey rhythms, California’s Night Riots are making the kind of music born for a live setting. That’s why it’s no surprise the quintet have been tearing up the tour circuit in support of ‘Young Lore,’ their recently released EP. With two additional releases — an EP and album — under their belts, Night Riots are poised for big things.
Since they’re such road dogs, Diffuser.fm asked the band to file a series of exclusive photo and video blog posts chronicling their touring adventures. This second installment features photos from the band’s recent stop in Southern California.
Night Riots drummer Rico Rodriguez has this to say of Night Riots’ SoCal exploits:
“Our trip to Anaheim was especially noteworthy. Not only did we play at the world famous House of Blues in downtown Disney, but we also had the chance to spend a day at the magic kingdom itself: Disney Land. The wait times for the rides were non-existent due to the heat, so we went berserk and rode pretty much every ride in the park and even multiple adventures on Star Tours, our favorite ride of the day.
Our good friend and photo wizard Richard Fusillo has been on tour with us snapping photos. Below are shots of us preparing for the show, performing and drinking celebratory horchata at a 24 hour Mexican restaurant post concert.”
Check Out Exclusive Tour Photos from Night Riots