With so much fierceness/craziness on one stage, how could this night be anything but amazing?
When I think of the up-and-coming glam/electro/dance confab Fritz Helder and the Phantoms, the last thing I think of is the word boring. Flashy, wild, hip, and crazy are the more likely to come to mind. I had the opportunity to see them perform at Mr. Black in NYC this past Friday and they definitely did not disappoint. Maybe it was the open bar, the hot shirtless men, or the awesome performance, but that show was one of the craziest and most entertaining ones I’ve been to in a while.
The boys and girls of Fritz Helder and the Phantoms started the night off by being introduced by their mentor (and the celeb whose label their debut is out on) Nelly Furtado, who disappeared as quickly as she came out. Seriously, it was a “blank and you miss her” moment. After the quick introduction, the band went into a thirty minute onslaught of loud music, crazy dancing, voguing and posing, and all around craziness. It was awesome. Each song was better and louder than the next.
Muscled up dancers and all around insanity…after the jump!
After everybody freaked out at the sight of Nelly Furtado, the “Promiscuous” singer quickly disappeared. It’s a shame she didn’t perform…that’s the only way that show could have been more wild.
Lead singer Fritz Helder took the opportunity during one song to go out and sing right in the audience. He was pretty much on top of me giving his best “bitch please” look to the crowd. Fabulous!
Pastel is a fierce bitch. She was on fire that night.
Super cutie Diego even lent his pipes to a couple songs.
Eh, sometimes you can get a little TOO into it. If you look like you’re demon possessed, you should take it down a couple notches.
How could you not enjoy the show when everyone on stage was literally screaming their heads off and going nuts every second they were on stage?
What night wouldn’t be complete without people dancing in cages while half naked men writhe around on top of them? He was dripping sweat ALL OVER the crowd. I don’t think anyone minded.