The twins, Wyatt and Fletcher Shears, collectively known as The Garden, capped off a national tour with their sold out homecoming gig at Observatory.

The Mirror Might Steal Your Charm multi month tour with Cowgirl Clue and Tijuana Panthers left a slew of in demand venues and fans wanting more, as tickets were hard to come by for their larger city showcases.

At Observatory, the crowd who watched The Garden grow in popularity welcomed the band on their triumphant return to the O.C.

Cowgirl Clue started off the show off with her dance/electronic pop stylings that immediately set the tone for the night and got the crowd pumped. Ashley’s infections rhythms were the perfect foil to a night of pure energy.

Next to the stage were the Tijuana Panthers, who put on an aggressive show. They burned through classics such as “Tony’s Song”, “Creature”, and many more, leaving the crowd vibrant and eager for The Garden.

Shortly after the Tijuana Panthers finished their set, fog began to pour on stage. Slowly, a silhouette of Wyatt in a cowboy hat tuning his bass began to emerge. Next, Fletcher made a swift and sudden appearance on stage. The excitement was palpable as the twins debuted new songs and new material.

Their performance was incredible, with Wyatt’s aggressive bass lines/lyrics and Fletchers booming drums. After an hour set, the twins exited the stage, and the crowd began to chant for an encore. Out came Fletcher and Wyatt, and they ended the night with three more songs for their hometown crowd which included their popular hit “Egg”.

Make sure to catch the band May 25th at their appearance at Sasquatch Fest May 25th. Tickets are available here.

All photos by Razy Faouri.