Surfaces, a band best known for its hit song "Sunday Best," performed on campus Saturday as the headline act for SOAP's NestFest 2022.
The duo, Forrest Frank and Colin Padalecki, took the stage at Maggs Physical Activity Center at 9 p.m. for an hour-long show.
The setlist included best hits like "Good Day," latest release "I Can't Help But Feel" and classic covers including "Ain't No Mountain High Enough."
Gallery by Photo Editor Benjamin Lausch
Surfaces duo – Forrest Frank and Colin Padalecki – takes to the stage as the audience erupts in applause, kicking off with the song, "Good Day."
The crowd sings along to the second song of the night, "So Far Away."
Forrest Frank serenades a swarm of fans in the front row.
Colin Padalecki keys the song "Keep It Gold."
Forrest Frank takes a selfie on a fan's phone.
Fans show their love by making "heart hands" for Surfaces.
Forrest Frank waves at a fan making a heart.
Colin Padalecki picks up an acoustic guitar to play "C'est La Vie."
Students wave their hands in unison to "Take it Easy."
Forrest Frank makes a fan's day by taking a video of himself singing on their phone.
Surfaces asks the audience to guess what song they will cover before performing "Ain't No Mountain High Enough."
Band members enjoy themselves while dancing to the groove.
Students photograph the singer approaching the edge of the stage.
The band closes the show with top hit "Sunday Best."
Surfaces singer Forrest Frank ends the night saying, "Tonight was beautiful, y'all. God bless."
By BENJAMIN LAUSCH
Photography courtesy of Benjamin Lausch