Tonight, fittingly, they opened with 'Here We Go'. The up-tempo song has a driving beat similar to U2's 'Sunday Bloody Sunday', and is featured on Alex & Sierra's upcoming album 'It's About Me', set to release on October 7. The couple then slowed things down with their performance of 'Just Kids', which showcased Alex's upper vocal range as the two took turns with Alex singing the verses and Sierra driving the chorus.
In their third song, they slowed things down to 'Little Did You Know' which beautifully showcased their very natural ability to harmonize well with one another. Sierra's soothing voice came out as she led off with the vocals to 'Give Me Something' which featured Alex on guitar as he harmonized with Sierra during the chorus.
Throughout their competition on X-Factor, fans were drawn toward the couple's playfulness and sweetness toward each other. At this point of the night, the couple shared their affection by taking a brief pause to introduce the band members standing behind them.
Alex puts his guitar down so that they can focus on their delivery for the next one. Sierra acknowledges to the crowd that she and Alex were best known for their 'sad and depressing songs' as they treated the attendees to 'Bumper Cars', which wasn't to be officially released for another 5 days on Tuesday. The painful ballad evoked much emotion in that the fans weren't accustomed to hearing the pair sing lyrics toward one another such as 'the more I try to get to you, the more we crash apart.' This may very well have been one of the first actual 'sad' songs that some of the UCF students may have heard live, with students becoming so moved that cell phones were quickly hoisted into the air being waved from side to side (a throwback gesture to what concert-goers from back in the day used to do with cigarette lighters when an emotionally-moving song was sung). Caught off guard, Alex motioned to Sierra to take a photo of the glowing cellular scene displayed throughout CFE Arena, stating at the conclusion of the song that that had been the duo's first time to actually see something like that at one of their concerts and how cool it was that they first experienced it at 'their school'.
Sierra announces that the next song 'Broken Frame' is her mother's favorite song. Two of the audience members in the front row are able to get their UCF baseball cap up to the stage, and Alex wears it for the next song 'All For You'. Feeding into Pegasus Palooza, Alex says 'Go Knights' as the couple ultimately ends up autographing the cap before handing it back to its front-row owners. The final song of the night is 'Scarecrow'.