Dec 01, 2021
Strapped with an acoustic guitar, singer-songwriter-producer FINNEAS took the stage at the House of Blues on Friday, Nov. 19 following the release of his first studio album, “Optimist.” The last time FINNEAS was at this venue, he was accompanying his sister Billie Eilish; this time, he was ready to own the stage solo. As the singer revealed later that night, it would turn out to be the biggest show he's ever played.
Not one to shy away from a challenge, FINNEAS showed off his impressive stage presence in every song, dabbling in a range of stage personas that made for an exciting and raw performance.
From the moment the curtain lifted, the audience were immediately confronted with FINNEAS at center stage, channeling ‘70s rocker vibes in his flowy black shirt and bootcut slacks. The show capitalized on this center-surround stage design, which featured a three tiered level that separated Eric Forrest on the keyboard, bass, and guitars from Andrew Marshall on the drums.