After a quarantine’s worth of Egg Crate sets, it was back to live Eggy at this new venue. Though the inside wasn’t finished, outside offered plenty. This definitely had a celebratory vibe, but some nerves were present with the opener. But by “Apology” those nerves were gone and the band went into a smoking Queens Gambit sandwich that defined the first set. Set 2’s debut was a stellar reminder that the boys, with Patrick Amarante, know how to craft original tunes. By Suite Judy the entire place was pressing up to the stage and GGD would have blown the roof off if we weren’t already outside. So good to welcome these guys back to the stage. Wouldn’t have missed it!