Monday, July 19, 2010

Warped Tour Veterans Face to Face Rock New York Date

"We're the resident geriatric band on the Warped Tour this year," Face to Face frontman Trever Keith joked at WT's Uniondale, New York stop Saturday.

The 40-something-year-old California rockers certainly have some younger bands to compete with this year (see Motion City Soundtrack, All-American Rejects), but that doesn't seem to dissuade them.

"I love the kid bands," Keith tells the crowd.

"With their wool hats and roled up jeans and tank tops... It's a great look."

Face to Face entertained the few thousand Warped Tourers Saturday with a raging, joke-filled set that included songs "Ordinary," "Blind," and "Should Anyhting Go Wrong," off of the forthcoming Laugh Now, Laugh Later - their first record in eight years.

Check out our favorite photos from the set, above.

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