Young the Giant recently wrapped up their Mirror Master tour in Eugene, Oregon on March 9th. The California rock band played 28 shows across America to accompany their newest album, "Mirror Master", that was released in October of last year. The album stays true to the classic Young the Giant sound that fans know and love, but it is still adapted to their new era. Their single "Superposition" is currently leading on alternative music charts. Touring isn't quite over for the band this year because they are heading out on tour this summer with Fitz and the Tantrum across the country.
The up and coming band Sure Sure kicked off the night. They played songs from their self titled album, "Sure Sure", as well as their new single, "Warm Animal." The band made sure that the crowd was left feeling excited and hyped up for Young the Giant. Their set ended with Young the Giant crashing the stage to dance along with the band and the crowd. After a hour of waiting, Young the Giant hit the stage. From their iconic song "Cough Syrup" from their first album to their newer releases like "Call Me Back," they played songs from all their albums so both new and old fans could feel like home. Frontman Sameer Gadhia really energized the crowd with his confident moves and strong vocals. They sounded exactly the same live like their studio releases. Due to this show being the last of the tour, their shenanigans were never short. From Sure Sure crashing the stage back to someone joining the band during their song "My Body" in a bra, you could tell the band was having just as much fun as the audience. Just looking at the faces around you, people were smiling, singing along, dancing, and laughing. The band made the crowd feel apart of the show.
Here are some of the highlights from their show that night:
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Tickets are still on sale, and you don't want to miss catching Young the Giant this summer.