Concert Review: Her's

Dream pop group, Her’s, had their first ever New York show and managed to transform Williamsburg’s venue, Baby’s All Right, into a cozy, English pub full of old friends.


Written and Photographed by Miranda Chiechi

Playing at Baby’s All Right earlier this month was Her’s first time in the Big Apple.

Playing at Baby’s All Right earlier this month was Her’s first time in the Big Apple.

It was obvious how close the Liverpool duo, consisting of old classmates Stephen Fitzpatrick and Audun Laading are. The two’s quirky attitude and humor never fail to make the crowd laugh and make everyone feel like the pair’s old college mates.

Her’s released their second album in August of this year.

Her’s released their second album in August of this year.

The two shared everything from stories about their deceased cats to ex-lovers to whimsical monologues between songs from Laading. The band’s newest album, Invitation to Her’s, came out this year with popular singles like, “Under Wraps” and “Harvey”. Along with these new tunes, Her’s played old favorites from their debut album, including “What Once Was”. Her’s had a loyal fanbase in the crowd, but with Laading’s noteworthy guitar playing characterized by his vigourout dance moves and Fitzpatrick’s goofy facial expressions, it wasn’t hard to quickly acquire new fans.