KERA was visibly nervous at the Moroccan Lounge to be debuting their first dive into film-making. Y La Bamba had warmed up the full house at the Moroccan Lounge and left everyone sweaty and full of good-make-the-world-a-better-place vibes.
Headliner, KERA shook off their nerves and opened with an acoustic version of Roy Orbison’s “Crying” after which they introduced their three-part film inspired by a broken relationship and the heartbreak that follows. The band provided a visceral live soundtrack and Kera joked that they didn’t have a live foley person to add crunching gravel sounds. Members of the audience were enchanted with the dark film that explored inner demons and it was very interesting to watch the visuals of a set of songs play out live which made everything feel more personal as if you were reading KERA’s mind. The short set finished with a few extra songs as an encore and a relieved and happy KERA.
Words & Photography: ZB Images