Pom Pom Squad, the New York City-based punk band, returned to Brooklyn for a hometown show on Saturday night. They opened for Soccer Mommy at a concert presented by Gov Ball After Dark and AdHoc.
After playing songs from their 2018 EP Hate it Here, the group covered “Undone – The Sweater Song,” by alternative giants Weezer.
The quartet, made up of Mia Berrin (lead vocals), Mari Alé Figeman (bass), Shelby Keller (drums) and Alex Mercuri (lead guitar), tossed cut roses into the audience and danced around the stage covered in rose petals while playing their respective instruments.
New tracks from a forthcoming release were included in Pom Pom Squad’s setlist, along with “Heavy Heavy,” their latest single, released in late May.
Watch Pom Pom Squad perform their cover below.
Still very much not over Saturday BUT very very stoked about our show on 6/17 we are reunited at @elsewherespace (which is where I first met and fell in love with @trireme_pirate and @shelbasaurus__rex) and we’re playing w/ @thickinbrooklyn, @ihatemissjune, and @groupie_band check out the nifty linktree in our bio for tix to all upcoming shows!
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