Bad Suns in Photos: Metro Chicago, 10/20/17

By Rachel Kupfer and Gemma Joosse

Photo by Rachel Kupfer. Guitarist Ray Libby performs “Transpose,” a track from the band’s debut album.

Photo by Rachel Kupfer. Guitarist Ray Libby performs “Transpose,” a track from the band’s debut album.

Photo by Gemma Josse. Libby performs “Love Like Revenge,” the song for which the tour is named.

Photo by Gemma Josse. Libby performs “Love Like Revenge,” the song for which the tour is named.

Photo by Rachel Kupfer. The band is now in their second tour of the year, promoting their sophomore studio album.

Photo by Rachel Kupfer. The band is now in their second tour of the year, promoting their sophomore studio album.

Photo by Rachel Kupfer. Light reflects off of the mirrors on the Bad Suns logo. The light blue curtain behind it is meant to replicate the blue bed sheets on the cover of the band’s album, “Disappear Here.”

Photo by Rachel Kupfer. Light reflects off of the mirrors on the Bad Suns logo. The light blue curtain behind it is meant to replicate the blue bed sheets on the cover of the band’s album, “Disappear Here.”

Photo by Rachel Kupfer. Bowman balances on the hands of willing and enthusiastic crowd members while managing to belt out lyrics with near-perfection.

Photo by Rachel Kupfer. Bowman balances on the hands of willing and enthusiastic crowd members while managing to belt out lyrics with near-perfection.

Photo by Rachel Kupfer. “Is everybody alive in here?” asks Bowman

Photo by Rachel Kupfer. “Is everybody alive in here?” asks Bowman

Photo by Gemma Joosse. Bowman sings to the crowd, clad in a military-esque jacket and tuxedo pants.

Photo by Gemma Joosse. Bowman sings to the crowd, clad in a military-esque jacket and tuxedo pants.

Photo by Rachel Kupfer. The band urges the crowd to sing the lyrics to “Outskirts of Paradise” under a rainbow of lights.

Photo by Rachel Kupfer. The band urges the crowd to sing the lyrics to “Outskirts of Paradise” under a rainbow of lights.

Steven Norwalk