AJR’s Infinity Tour had a hometown show in NYC on Sunday night at the Gramercy Theatre. It’s been a while since their last headlining show in the city, and New York welcomed them back with open arms. The tour is in support of AJR’s new single and EP, “Infinity.” Their set included all of the tracks from the new EP, and some older favorites like “The World Is A Marble Heart” and “Livin’ On Love.”
With their smooth harmonies and a little brotherly banter, AJR kept the crowd engaged and dancing throughout the show. The band is a lot of fun to watch live, especially during”Pitchfork Kids,” which featured a crazy drum off by Jack and Ryan.
The guys are especially talented when it comes to creating song mashups — a mix of R. Kelly’s “Ignition,” The Beach Boys’ “Wouldn’t It Be Nice,” Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass,” and their own “I’m Ready” was a standout.
The show ended with a double encore, as Adam, Jack and Ryan went into the crowd with opening act Minor Soul for an acoustic singalong to “Ho Hey” by The Lumineers, a throwback to their days spent busking around the city, where they honed their performance skills.
The show was also streamed on Yahoo! Screen with Live Nation. If you have a chance to see AJR on tour, go!!! The Infinity Tour is heading to Boston, Philly and upstate New York next. Check out all of the dates here and pickup a copy of the Infinity EP on iTunes!
AJR Infinity Tour Setlist
Married On A Hill
Growing Old On Bleecker Street
Ignition/Wouldn’t It Be Nice/All About That Bass/I’m Ready Mashup
Alice By The Hudson
The World Is A Marble Heart
The Green And The Town
Livin’ on Love
Ho Hey (unplugged cover)