On a cool and rainy September night, fans of Electric Callboy gathered at Big Night Live in Boston, MA for a night of high-energy music and over-the-top entertainment. The German metalcore band, known for their catchy songs, outrageous antics, and humorous lyrics, were sure to put on a show for the ages.
And they did not disappoint.
The band opened with a bang, launching into their hit song "Tekkno Train." The crowd immediately went wild, singing along and dancing their hearts out. Electric Callboy kept the energy high throughout the set, playing a mix of new and old songs, including "We Got the Moves," "Hypa Hypa," and "Spaceman."
Lead singers Kevin Ratajczak and Nico Sallach were in top form, strutting across the stage and interacting with the crowd. The rest of the band was equally energetic, delivering headbanging riffs and grooves, and keeping the beat tight.
But it wasn't just the music that made the night so fun. Electric Callboy concerts are known for their wild and crazy atmosphere. This show was no exception. The band changed into several outfits, and the stage was lit with Big Night Live’s awesome screens showing some fun images for each song.
At one point, the band invited the lead singer of Conquer Divide, Kiarely Castillo, on stage to help sing the band's hit song "Fuckboi." The fans erupted and sang along to every word as she crushed it on stage.
The show ended with a bang, with Electric Callboy playing their signature song "We Got the Moves” for their second encore. The crowd erupted in cheers and confetti rained down from the ceiling. It was a great ending to an already amazing night.
Electric Callboy's concert was a party to remember. The band's high-energy, and the fans who were there created an unforgettable experience for everyone who was there. If you're looking for a good time, be sure to check out Electric Callboy live. You won't be disappointed.
About Photographer Derrick Brown
Derrick Brown of dbSomething photography is a proud father of four from northern MA. He has pursued photography and writing on and off since high school. Music, concerts and sports have always been another passion of his. When he’s not working in an office, he photographs surfers, portraits and concerts.