by Tiana Feng During Field Trip, Damian Abraham announced that he would be play 2 other consecutive shows that week: a free show at Sonic Boom and a special small show at The Rivoli where it would be recorded for a live album. The show had limited tickets that sold out quickly, and a few which were given out in the Glass Boys LP. Beginning the night was Toronto hardcore punk band S.H.I.T., whose Collective Unconsciousness 7″ was recorded by Fucked Up’s Jonah Falco. They weren’t really my thing but they seemed to have tons of fans in the audience that thrashed about with the intense frontman who was decked out in leather. Collective Unconsciousness 7" by S.H.I.T. — This was the second Fucked Up set I’ve seen in three days. The day before was another at Sonic Boom that I regrettably missed. At Field Trip, I remembered how fun they were to photograph, and how awesome it is to experience the crowd dynamic of loyal fans. Throughout his set Damian Abraham would point the mic at people and every single audience member (including me) knew the right lyrics to yell back. The shirt came off of course, something that Abraham omitted he was once afraid of doing, something he reiterates in 2011 tune “I Hate Summer”. Though the purpose of the three consecutive shows was to promote their new album Glass Boys, there were plenty of oldies presented including crowd favourite “Queen of Hearts”. If I were to pick a band to follow around and photograph, I think Fucked Up would be a great contender. You never really know what Abraham will do next. He walked into the crowd at the Rivoli, with the mic cord wrapped around him. Again there was plenty of hugs to go around, and many people happy to receive them.