In the basement, a low-ceilinged cave-like spot made even more cramped thanks to air ducts and water pipes popping out, the sweaty crowd anticipates Imaginary Hockey League's set while a standing fan blows cool air, mostly in vain. During 'Blood//Moon//Sacrifice,' which is about being a gay vampire, someone in the audience starts messing with the lights in the basement, flashing them off and on while kids hurtle themselves against each other in front of the band. It's fun but a bit scary, too, adding to the chaos. The song has an "old school, My Chemical Romance feel" to it, Atkinson says to the crowd, meaning it sounds menacing, theatrical, and poppy, and it fucking rules. The chorus is as catchy as it is meaningful: "My body is cool, I don't play by the rules, which don't exist so you stay pissed, you just look like a tool/ Gender isn't real so do whatever you feel/ We are beautiful, so powerful, valid and real."