August 28, 2014: Washington, DC
They played long; the played well. They played what I wanted to hear (several songs from their first album, including Soldier Girl) and their requisite cover was Live and Let Die. Instead of a typical encore where the crowd is expected to woo them back onto stage, they played a single set that was only broken up by the band's entrance on to the floor. DeLaughter asked everyone to gather round and to take a seat (which was surprisingly ungross). They performed Battlefield -- a song that appeared on their 2013, Yes, It's True. Amusingly, he requested for someone to search for the lyrics on their phone and used the results as his guide. This was one of the more expensive tickets that I can recall for a show at the Black Cat, but they earned their money.