the limousines at webster hallNYLON Guys' good buddy, photographer Justin Bettman, hit up the Limousines show this past week to photograph the band and fill us in on how these hard working-rising stars are doing. The fellas are on tour supporting their new record Hush and Bettman sent over the 411 along with some great photos. Check out what he had to say and watch the video for their latest single below. The Limousines took the stage at a packed house at Webster Hall Studio and kicked off their set on a strong note with their new single "Love is a Dog From Hell." They didn't miss a beat and continued the set with other new songs from their sophomore album "Hush," engaging with the crowd that was hanging onto every word. The group played as a three-piece band with the addition of a bassist to their traditional two-piece lineup of Eric Victorino and Gio Giusti. By the time they left the stage, the crowd was still unsatisfied, chanting for another song to dance to--even though there was another band to take the stage. If you get a chance, you should definitely see them as they continue their US tour of "Hush." -Justin Bettman
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