Bad Suns brighten up and sell out Atlanta’s The Loft

Bad Suns // Photo by Andres Alvarado

Rising stars Bad Suns touched down in Atlanta to perform at The Loft for their Heartbreaker Tour. Hailing from Los Angeles, California, the quartet have hit the road extensively in support of their sophomore LP Disappear Here. The new LP has been met with positive reviews across the board from both critics and fans alike since releasing in September of 2016. On this night, the fan-base made sure to pack the house and show Bad Suns a bit of that Southern hospitality.

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The clock strikes 9:00PM when Bad Suns, led by Christo Bowman, hit the stage. Amid a rollicking bunch, the Suns go at it with a rendition of new album namesake track “Disappear Here” to get things going. Following up the invigorating opening, the boys go on to perform various tracks off the new LP, before taking it back a bit to perform single “Dancing on Quicksand” off 2014’s debut LP Language & Perspective.

Photos by Andres Alvarado

Each passing song seemingly gets the crowd a tad more hyped, a tad more involved and it all comes to a burst when Bad Suns perform their better-known tracks like mega-hit “Cardiac Arrest” and show finale “Salt”; to which Bowman positions himself to perform on top of the crowd, much to the delight of fans in the front rows.

The vibe created throughout by Bad Suns is that of sheer entertainment. Christo Bowman is quite the showrunner and his bandmates handle their respective instruments like champs. The Suns are quick to express their love for the fans on hand, and their fans reciprocate the sentiment in a game of emotional ping-pong.

Bad Suns are a force to be reckoned with. With two tip-top albums to their name, an ever-growing fan-base and selling out venues left and right, these “Daft Pretty Boys” are a good bet to be around for a while; despite the Disappear Here title stamped across the new album.

For more on Bad Suns, be sure to catch them on tour throughout June, visit their website at

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