The crowd became more drawn to them as their set continued. Much like the classic punks they draw from in their rambunctious sound, B Boys' songs are pretty short, but each one definitely packs a wallop. The band jumped into a song they said "wasn't on their record," a warm, gritty surf-rock jam with wonky rhythms and lush, two-part harmonies. The crowd continued to vibe out, as B Boys continued to give them something new at every turn.
The end of their set turned into a more psyched-out affair, as heavy riffs transformed into a hiss so deafening, it felt like your ears were going to bleed. While their set was only taken in by about ten lucky people, B Boys left a lasting impression, one that not only made them a highlight of the night, but undoubtedly a band to watch out for this year.