The Occupy Sandy benefit show was wonderfully hosted at the St. Ann & The Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn Heights yesterday afternoon. It was an intimate day of music in a beautiful place that was unlike any concert any of us had been treated to before. It felt like a gathering of a union of friends enjoying music together rather than a concert.
Real Estate got the show started with a perfectly light and dreamy set of theirs that fit the mold of the church, and put me in a daze while taking in all of the architecture and colors that sat behind their backs. The execution of tracks from Days seemed more than appropriate, and the day of shows couldn’t have been started any better.