Hoodie Allen stopped in Boston at the House of Blues last week along with Myles Parrish and Luke Christopher on the final leg of The Hype Tour.
Kicking the set off was his first single off The Hype, “Sushi.” Followed by other songs off his newly-released third studio album, as well as many other fan favorites off past albums. He made it a point to inform the crowd that this was in fact the largest show on tour, beating out even his hometown show. He even joked saying, “This show is bigger than my hometown show so I guess I’ll just have to move to Boston… Oh no! I’ll have to stop rooting for losing sports teams!”
Hoodie decided to switch things up a little bit during his set to stray from your average set. He decided to throw cake into the crowd! Like multiple cakes into the first floor pit. They were later pleasantly surprised to see that he decided to switch it up while playing “Champagne and Pools” as well when Hoodie appeared at the sound board to perform part of the song. Which was then followed by an insane drum solo by local Boston resident JimmyK.
Lots of lights, lots of cake, lots of energy. What else would you expect from something called The Hype Tour?