The Band Camino Hit a Home Run for the Fans at The Factory Tuesday

The Band Camino performing Tuesday night at The Factory. Photo by Laura Tucker./Laura Tucker Photography.

 

— by Laura Tucker

 

The Band Camino was welcomed by adoring fans carrying roses to show their affection for the Memphis trio at their show at the Factory on Tuesday in St. Louis.

 

They came out swinging with “Know it All” from their latest and self-titled album. That was followed by the song, “Roses” which gave the audience a chance respond in-kind with a shower of roses that had to be cleared from the stage before proceeding with the next number,  “Everybody Dies”.

The Band Camino performing Tuesday night at The Factory. Photo by Laura Tucker./Laura Tucker Photography.

Lead Singer Jeffery Jordan said that they have been working up to this for the past seven years and it was clear that they appreciated the show of fan support.

 

Bandmates Jeffery Jordan – vocals, guitar and keyboard, Spencer Stewart – vocals and guitar, and Garrison Burgess – drums have survived the band’s lineup changes since their inception in 2015 and are on “the Tour Camino” promoting their achievements to date. They are fresh off of a performance at Hangout Fest 2022 in Gulf  Shores, AL where they opened for artists like Fall Out Boy, Post Malone and Halsey.

The Band Camino performing Tuesday night at The Factory. Photo by Laura Tucker./Laura Tucker Photography.

Spencer Stewart hit it out of the park; not just on vocals during the indie pop favorite  “I Think I Like You” but also in his choice of wardrobe, wearing a Cardinal’s jersey for the St. Louis crowd! Well played Spencer!

The Band Camino performing Tuesday night at The Factory. Photo by Laura Tucker./Laura Tucker Photography.

The night also included fan-faves like “1 Last Cigarette” and Daphne Blue.” The Factory is quickly becoming the go-to venue for smaller crowds with easy parking and front row general admission access to some great bands.

Renforshort performing Tuesday night at The Factory. Photo by Laura Tucker./Laura Tucker Photography.

The Band Camino was preceded by up-and-coming artist, renforshort (a.k.a. Lauren Isenberg). The Canadian singer-songwriter, already has a following of her own and at least one of the roses, was for her. She got the audience warmed up with eleven songs from her album Dear Amelia including “I Miss Myself” and “Moshpit.”

Renforshort performing Tuesday night at The Factory. Photo by Laura Tucker./Laura Tucker Photography.

She has already collaborated with Travis Barker. The Blink 182 drummer keeps the beat for “Will Make This Okay” (Beware when looking this up as this catchy number will stick with you for a few hours). The Factory crowd loved her sweet and energetic vibe. She can come back anytime.

 

 

The Band Camino Setlist:

Know It All

Roses

EVERYBODYDIES

Less Than I Do

2/14

I Think I Like You

Who Do You Think You Are?

Song About You

Underneath My Skin

Never a Good Time

Hush Hush

Just a Phase

Break Me

Damage

Crying Over You

What I Want

Haunted

See Through

1 Last Cigarette

Daphne Blue

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