Thank God for the Ones To Watch tour, which featured headliner, Vinyl Theatre (I’ve written about them previously, and their performance was energetic, fun, and amazing), because without it, I wouldn’t have been exposed to their first opener, Cemetery Sun. Formed in Northern California, the band has some hardcore rock vibes, punctuated with more palatable pop. Lead vocalist Josh Doty has a voice that is reminiscent of Pierce the Veil’s Vic Fuentes or Sleeping with Sirens’s Kellin Quinn, meaning that it performs well with crashing drums and guitar. With consistently catchy choruses, Cemetery Sun’s repertoire is perfectly geared towards both small, intimate venues and large, outdoor stages. Having seen them perform in the former, they had energy and passion, which definitely hyped up the crowd; I’d love to see them on a larger stage, just to see how wild they can get.