graysonhary:

Anberlin - 20/10/2014

graysonhary:

Anberlin - 20/10/2014

anonymousmisfit:

Lead singer of the band Anberlin, Stephen Christian performs during the band’s farewell tour at The Showbox Market in Seattle, Washington on Monday night Oct. 13.

anonymousmisfit:

Lead singer of the band Anberlin, Stephen Christian performs during the band’s farewell tour at The Showbox Market in Seattle, Washington on Monday night Oct. 13.

"Americana. Rock and Roll. There’s a healthy dash of both of these in the 5 individuals photographed separately for this #JG365Project post. A few days back, I used an entire band shot of Anberlin, so for this post, likely my final shot of these 5 individuals for quite some time, I wanted to simplify. Individual portraits with an American Flag backdrop, taken just outside the tour bus. Why the Flag? If you’ve ever seen their imagery, it always embodies an American icon style of photography. Last year, they released a song entitled •Dead American•, which is what inspired the black and white tones and the grunge layer added in post. This is meant to be a bit raw and I hope I captured that in this post. Tomorrow, I’ll go back to posting photos of whoever comes into my life, but for today, I had one last chance to do something fun for my friends and I went with it."

-Jake G (jakegravbrot on instagram)

anberlinnn:


"On the street where I work, is a little nostalgia. As many of you know, my favorite band happens to be Anberlin, who graced Seattle today for their final show here, on their final tour ever. At the corner of Summit and Pine, is where they recorded their first three records, despite being based in central Florida. For their first ever photo shoot, back in 2002, they shot the cover of their album a block away from where it was recorded. That happens to be the same block where my salon is. During the recording process of their third album, I’d walk across the street and pop into the studio to listen and hang out. Those were the good ol’ days, as they say. They never recorded an album in Seattle again, but they’ve come through on every tour, playing to what amounts to a home-away-from-home show. As the saying goes, all good things must come to an end, and today the end finally came for Anberlin and Seattle. But before I allowed that to happen, I had an idea. A few mornings ago, I awoke insanely early and said to myself "I am going to recreate the cover shot of their first album, just 12 years later." I wanted to do this, as an homage to the beginning of their career and as a way to tie together the end. Today, we made it happen. The shot isn’t anything special at first glance, but to me, and hopefully to the band, it is. Their music has been a gift for the past 12 years and today, I was able to give a gift back. For day 286 of the #JG365Project, I give you Anberlin. I can’t tell you all how much this meant to me, but hopefully I’m able to show you through my photography. (*Fin.)"


-Jake G (Jakegravbrot on instagram)

anberlinnn:

"On the street where I work, is a little nostalgia. As many of you know, my favorite band happens to be Anberlin, who graced Seattle today for their final show here, on their final tour ever. At the corner of Summit and Pine, is where they recorded their first three records, despite being based in central Florida. For their first ever photo shoot, back in 2002, they shot the cover of their album a block away from where it was recorded. That happens to be the same block where my salon is. During the recording process of their third album, I’d walk across the street and pop into the studio to listen and hang out. Those were the good ol’ days, as they say. They never recorded an album in Seattle again, but they’ve come through on every tour, playing to what amounts to a home-away-from-home show. As the saying goes, all good things must come to an end, and today the end finally came for Anberlin and Seattle. But before I allowed that to happen, I had an idea. A few mornings ago, I awoke insanely early and said to myself "I am going to recreate the cover shot of their first album, just 12 years later." I wanted to do this, as an homage to the beginning of their career and as a way to tie together the end. Today, we made it happen. The shot isn’t anything special at first glance, but to me, and hopefully to the band, it is. Their music has been a gift for the past 12 years and today, I was able to give a gift back. For day 286 of the #JG365Project, I give you Anberlin. I can’t tell you all how much this meant to me, but hopefully I’m able to show you through my photography. (*Fin.)"

-Jake G (Jakegravbrot on instagram)
sunnymartini:

A sad but SOLID performance by #Anberlin last night in #Seattle for their Farewell Tour! (at Showbox)

sunnymartini:

A sad but SOLID performance by #Anberlin last night in #Seattle for their Farewell Tour! (at Showbox)

laurenratkowskiphoto:

Stephen Christian and a fan. Anberlin. The Final Tour. House of Blues, Anaheim, Calif.
If anyone was at the show last night and knows this kid, I’d like to get the photo to him!

laurenratkowskiphoto:

Stephen Christian and a fan. Anberlin. The Final Tour. House of Blues, Anaheim, Calif.

If anyone was at the show last night and knows this kid, I’d like to get the photo to him!