SHOW REVIEW: K.Flay at Theatre Corona, Montreal

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American indie-pop-rock artist, K.Flay, played an intimate, yet powerful and highly energetic show at Corona Theatre on Friday, March 16th. The show was part of her current tour, Every Where Is Some Where, supporting the album of the same name.

Supporting the tour in Montreal was rising start and fellow Interscope records signee, YUNGBLUD. The pink-sock wearing punk-rock artist was the perfect choice for an opener, with his larger than life stage presence and hard-hitting songs. Although only 20 years old, YUNGBLUD’s songwriting skills explore a variety of controversial topics, including consumerism (“I love You, Will You Marry Me”), sexual assault (“Polygraph Eyes”), and gentrification (“Tin Pay Boy”). This is an up-and-coming artist you surely don’t want to snooze on.

Kristine Flaherty, best known by her stage name K.Flay, is a Grammy-nominated artist whose music you fall more in love with after hearing and seeing live. With an incredibly unique voice and stage performance, K.Flay doesn’t shy from dancing, hair flipping, or even lying down on the stage. And if we may add, she’s a dream to photograph because of this. She does so in her signature stage outfit, black jeans a black button-up shirt, and black lace-up Doc Marten boots, which is one outfit which takes no attention away from the sheer power of her voice and moves.

The show played a mix of fan favorites like “Blood In The Cut” and “Make Me Fade” as well as some of her newer tracks off her 2017 album, Every Where Is Some Where.

April Yablonovitch

A born and raised Montrealer, April is a recent marketing graduate from McGill University. Trying to navigate through the adult world, she now works in digital music marketing at Wavo.me. When she isn't photographing or attending shows, you likely won't be able to find her, because she isn't in one place long. But, you can follow her adventures at @aprilyab on Instagram and Twiter for all things travel, music and photography. For more information check out www.aprilyablonovitch.com or contact at aprilyab@gmail.com

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