Singer-songwriter Dan Croll made his return to the US this week, stopping off in Brooklyn last night for a sold out show at the Knitting Factory. After a building sense of anticipation to see the groovy and (according to three woman shouting at Croll to take his shirt off at least 3 times within the first 10 minutes) highly attractive performer, Croll and his band members jumped straight in to rhythm , automatically getting the crowd into swing. After the opening song came to a close, Croll announced his joy to be back in New York again, drawing cheers from the onlooking crowd. The band proceeded to starting off the beginning portion of their set with a treat to fans in attendance; brand new material. Throughout the rest of the night Croll and band navigated through old fan favorites, and tasters of upcoming material. Croll and his partnering musicians managed to beautifully captivate the swaying crowd throughout the show, making for a memorable Brooklyn performance for the young Brit.
Catch him in Vermont this weekend at On The Mountain 2015, or/and in Los Angeles this monday December 7th at The Echo. Additionally look out for his upcoming second album coming soon, and peep the first single from the project here.