While on tour for their newest album Down In Heaven, Chicago based band, Twin Peaks, stopped in New York to play two packed shows at Music Hall of Williamsburg and Bowery Ballroom. A close friend of the band, Brooklyn based photographer Daniel Topete, caught up with his favorite dudes while they were in town. In this collection of photographs from their time in New York, Daniel follows the band from a quiet rooftop session to packed concert halls, capturing down time backstage and sharing what it's like to be on tour doin' the thing with your best friends.
Clay warming up for an NPR session where the dudes played on a rooftop in Bushwick.
Trevor lending a helping hand.
Trevor and Clay walking through Bushwick.
Cadien lost a bet and had to play a show in his boxers and his gold robe.
Cadien writing the set list for their show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg.
Jack doing stuff.
The crowd at Music Hall of Williamsburg.
Clay waiting to go back out for the encore.
Clay and Peyton (tour manager) dancing.
Clay and his lucky shoe losing at dice.
Connor warming up before the sold out Bowery Ballroom set.
Pre walkout at Bowery.
Cadien crashing on my couch.
Twin Peaks is now on tour with Cage the Elephant and Portugal. The Man.