Dublin-based indie rock artist Hozier brought his Wasteland, Baby! U.S. Tour to Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Tuesday night. The concert was rescheduled after weather conditions caused the show to be postponed in April.
Julia Bailen sings a song to start the show. Her two brothers joined her in opening for Hozier to promote their band, Bailen.
Bailen bassist Daniel Bailen plays a solo during the act’s second song. Their Tuesday night performance was the trio’s final show on Hozier’s tour.
Hozier begins his hour-and-a-half set on acoustic guitar with “Would That I” from his new album, “Wasteland, Baby!”
The Irish singer holds a note while performing “No Plan.”
Hozier picks up the tempo while performing his song “Dinner & Diatribes.”
Hozier puts his guitar in the air as a song fades out.
Slowing things down, Hozier plays “Like Real People Do” on acoustic guitar as the crowd sings along.
Cigar-box guitar in hand, Hozier belts out a note near the end of the set.
The “Take Me to Church” singer looks out to the crowd during a guitar solo. Hozier gained global recognition for the titular song off his EP “Take Me To Church,” launching his music career.
Hozier smiles as the crowd sings the words to “Cherry Wine.” The indie artist came back on stage after fans chanted for him to play the song.
Hozier harmonizes with Este Haim of the band Haim and Bailen on “Work Song,” the final song of the evening. Although he is wrapping up the first leg of his U.S. tour, Hozier will return to Los Angeles in October for a concert at the Greek Theatre.