MUTEMATH, as expected, did not disappoint. No handstands on the keyboard, but they did play highlights from their older albums as well as their latest, Odd Soul. Ian especially loved how they transitioned between old and new songs. He has vowed we will be at their headlining show in March. And it could be just me reading the Relevant magazine article, but I think they seemed a lot more relaxed and happy.
After MUTEMATH came Matt & Kim. I'd only seen one of their music videos on YouTube before the show, so I knew they had a fun, catchy, upbeat vibe. What I didn't know was how crazy their shows are. High energy. Everything is "f***ing amazing." Nonstop smiles. Balloons everywhere. They aren't my new favorite band, but I must admit, it was pretty fun.
We also got in some good people watching. A drunk girl in front of us kept falling backwards, and the guy she kept
But what's a show without a crazy story, right?