For the last 25 years, Incubus and especially their lead singer Brandon Boyd have been making music and breaking the hearts of legions of female fans. It wasn’t until 2001, with the release of hit single “Drive” that the band really broke through into the mainstream. The band came of age with contemporaries like the Foo Fighters, 311, Bush, Silverchair, and the Deftones, the latter of whom Incubus has been touring with. Incubus has been fixed just about permanently in the canon of alt-rock, with hits like “Pardon Me,” “Drive,” “Wish You Were Here,” “Warning,” and “Nice to Know You.” The five-man band got back in the studio in the last year or so to record new material, and has since gone back out on tour after something of a hiatus in which band members focused on individual projects. Incubus shows will cater to long time fans and newcomers alike. The band is strong and focuses on a good mix of the hits and new material. They throw in fun covers during their own songs, often breaking to riff on Nirvana covers or Rage Against the Machine songs. Audiences reward them with incredible energy, singing every word in unison and unleashing the kind of passion that only comes from the fans who have followed a band for over twenty years.
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