Matthew Good and Our Lady Peace rocked out Western Financial Place on Saturday night in Cranbrook, running through their classic hit singles mixed with new material as part of a cross-Canada tour together.
Raine Maida and Our Lady Peace closed out the show with Matthew Good and both bands together performing Good’s smash single ‘Hello, Time Bomb’ after a few hours of sharing the stage.
Matthew Good opened the show with ‘Something Like a Storm’ and energized the crowd with a set list that included singles such as ‘Load Me Up’ and ‘Apparitions’
Good switched between raw and powerful performances on his electric guitar while also including a set that featured an acoustic redition of ‘Strange Days’
Our Lady Peace followed up afterwards and kept the Canadiana rock vibe going with a nostalgic trip down memory lane for songs such as ‘Innocent,’ ‘Not Enough’ and ‘Is Anybody Home?’
Led by charismatic frontman Raine Maida, the OLP frontman used a megaphone as part of his performance and waded out into the crowd during ‘Clumsy’
All photos by Trevor Crawley