Hozier + Death Cab for Cutie + Rock Radio 104.5's Birthday Show (Photo Gallery)

by Sachyn Mital

22 May 2015

Radio 104.5's birthday show featured great bands and might have been the unofficial start of summer festival season in the Northeast.
 
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Radio 104.5 Birthday Show

10 May 2015: Susquehanna Bank Center — Camden, NJ

Radio 104.5 in Philadelphia celebrated their 8th birthday with an awesome lineup of bands. Specifically, Of Monsters and Men, Death Cab For Cutie, Hozier, Passion Pit, Walk the Moon, AWOLNATION, Vance Joy, Coasts, Meg Myers, X Ambassadors, Night Riots, Holychild and Andorra. Held just outside Philly in Camden, the day-long festival was packed with people, with those furthest from the stage, on the lawn, enjoying an incredible early summer day. The event felt like the unofficial start of the summer festival season in the Northeast with a variety of different kinds of music across two stages. In the Northeast, people now have many other events to look forward to including Radio 104.5’s Summer Block Party shows, Boston Calling, Governors Ball, The Roots Picnic, Newport Folk Festival, Wilco’s Solid Sound Fest and many, many more.

On the second stage, we caught fast-rising rock band, X Ambassadors, and promising new singer Meg Myers. On the main stage, dance pop acts Walk the Moon and Passion Pit, supporting their new album, Kindred, led into rock music from Hozier. A lot of people left following Hozier’s set but the lawn still appeared packed for Death Cab for Cutie and the final band, Of Monsters and Men, who are about to release a new album Beneath the Skin. Photos from the event are below with a larger gallery on Facebook as well as some video clips we found.
  
Walk the Moon:

X Ambassadors:

Passion Pit:

Meg Myers:

Hozier:

Death Cab for Cutie:

Of Monsters and Men:


Vance Joy “Riptide”

Walk the Moon “Shut up and Dance”

Meg Myers “Desire”

Hozer “Take me to Church”

Of Monsters and Men “Wolves without Teeth”

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